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    I found a $75 coupon, and applied it to the Big Y test of #434198 on a "pay later" basis. I am now waiting for the pledges to arrive. My own contribution is larger than expected, but I'll live with it somehow.

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    Do we have any news about this sample?
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    His Big Y was ordered on 11/16 and completed on 12/17. His BAM file was requested the same day. The questions are:
    - Did FTDNA ever actually generate the BAM file?
    - Did he submit it to YFull?

    On FTDNA's haplotree he is listed as
    L53+ L54- P37-
    Last edited by lgmayka; 01-23-2016 at 11:11 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Táltos View Post
    Thank you for the interesting links. I have a request though. When referring to Indian Q, can you please call it Native American Q. I also grew up calling Native Americans "Indians". It's just how it was back then, today I would say Native American instead. There are several men from India that are also Q1a and Q1b. So terminology can get too confusing. Thanks. https://www.familytreedna.com/public...frame=yresults
    The indigenous people of America prefer to be called what? Survey says...


    American Indian
    American Indian 49.76%
    Native American 37.35
    Some other term 3.66
    Alaska Native 3.51
    No preference 5.72

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    Quote Originally Posted by can't_lurk_no_mo' View Post
    The indigenous people of America prefer to be called what? Survey says...

    Perhaps. The survey is based on census information from 1995. Native American is frequently in use today. My only confusion came with referencing "Indian Q". That's just too general, as it could apply to more than one group.

    Edit-Back to the topic at hand. I really hope that our Q from Poland was able to get his BAM file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lgmayka View Post
    On FTDNA's haplotree he is listed as
    L53+ L54- P37-
    He tested YP4110+ YP4023+ , so he clearly belongs somewhere in the branch currently labeled Q-YP4000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lgmayka View Post
    He tested YP4110+ YP4023+ , so he clearly belongs somewhere in the branch currently labeled Q-YP4000.
    Very interesting! It's Chechen branch. Could you send me his data (VCF or BAM)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Шад View Post
    Could you send me his data (VCF or BAM)?
    His BAM file may have been generated this week, but I forgot to ask him for it until last night. Today he reports, and I myself see, that FTDNA has removed all customer access to BAM files.

    EDIT: He safely copied his BAM file to his own hard drive before FTDNA removed access. He reports that he has successfully submitted his BAM file to YFull for analysis.
    Last edited by lgmayka; 01-24-2016 at 08:23 PM.

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    EDIT: He safely copied his BAM file to his own hard drive before FTDNA removed access. He reports that he has successfully submitted his BAM file to YFull for analysis.
    What's his ID at YFull? YF0xxxx?? They had to tell him about gis ID after a successful submittion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Шад View Post
    What's his ID at YFull?
    YF05244

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