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    Quote Originally Posted by Nino90 View Post
    How deep is the Y-dna and Mtdna tests?
    Similar to 23andme V5?
    I think it might be situational, but for my case I got the exact same results, same level same everything. Its not very deep, but its better than nothing
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    Here you have my results, all my ancestry is Basque besides one great grandfather who was Spanish:

    https://my.livingdna.com/share/b3b85aea-4bb8-4a0c-a58e-48c7544aceb0

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    Quote Originally Posted by synder View Post
    Here you have my results, all my ancestry is Basque besides one great grandfather who was Spanish:

    https://my.livingdna.com/share/b3b85...e-48c7544aceb0
    Thank you for sharing. Are you happy with your results?
    Is it easy to distingues basque from french and Iberian?
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    Eurogenes K13 Mixed Mode Population Sharing:
    1. 63.1% Swedish + 36.9% Spanish_Andalucia @ 2.93

    Dodecad K12b
    7. 66.4% Norwegian + 33.6% TSI30 (Metspalu) @ 3.24
    9. 60.6% Norwegian + 39.4% N_Italian @ 3.32

     

    Target: Nino
    Distance: 1.5423% / 0.01542331
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    36.6 ITA_Rome_Latini_IA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nino90 View Post
    Thank you for sharing. Are you happy with your results?
    Is it easy to distingues basque from french and Iberian?
    There are Basques in France
    A very specific region

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    One of the things I like about LivingDNA is that it appears to have picked up at least a portion of my Menorcan ancestry. At least, I think that's the likely source of my 7.9% Iberian Peninsula.

    On paper, I should actually have more than that -- about 12.5%, since both of my maternal grandmother's parents had Menorcan fathers. But an interesting thing about LivingDNA and the Balearic islands is that on the map they actually seem to be divided between "Iberian Peninsula" and "France". The westernmost islands of Formentera and Ibiza are marked with the color for Spain/Portugal. (Except, I think, for the Basque region which doesn't have a color.)

    The easternmost islands of Mallorca and Menorca are marked with the color for France. My Menorcan ancestors were there for generations, although some of them had earlier (late 15th century) originally been from Mallorca.

    My "France" is much larger than my actual French ancestry. I have maybe about 3-9.25%. This includes around 6.25% Alsatian. It looks as if it's pulling in some of my German ancestry, which is higher than the 26.3% that is shown -- by maybe around 10%.

    "France" may also be pulling in some of my British ancestry, which is higher than the 20.4% "Great Britain and Ireland" shown by LivingDNA. One result is that my remaining British/Irish is all from Northwestern Scotland (7.7%) and Ireland (12.6%). I actually do have some "English" ancestry, as well, but I think that's the part that the "France" has pulled in.
    Besides British-German-Catalan, ancestry includes smaller amounts of French, Irish, Swiss, Choctaw & another NA tribe, possibly Catawba. Avatar picture is: my father, his father, & his father's father; baby is my eldest brother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nino90 View Post
    How deep is the Y-dna and Mtdna tests?
    Similar to 23andme V5?
    I actually got more specific mtDNA results. My full test at FTDNA is K2b2, and that's what I got at LivingDNA. I only have K2b at 23andMe.

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    Posters might be interested to know that I contacted LivingDNA last month to query when their Irish data-base would be updated. I understand that there has been some frustration about this issue on behalf of many customers. I myself was keen to get a more accurate estimate of my Irish ancestry because their former estimate at 6% fell woefully short of my known Irish paper-trail ancestry. Yesterday I received an updated estimate of my origins, with the 'new Irish data' added. I am now estimated [in standard mode] as being 49.3% Irish, which actually chimes accurately with my known ancestry, with the rest made up of East Anglian, South-East England, South-West Scotland/Northern Ireland and Welsh ancestry. I am under the impression that this 'new Irish data' has not yet been made 'officially' available, or at any rate I have not seen any announcements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yorkie View Post
    Posters might be interested to know that I contacted LivingDNA last month to query when their Irish data-base would be updated. I understand that there has been some frustration about this issue on behalf of many customers. I myself was keen to get a more accurate estimate of my Irish ancestry because their former estimate at 6% fell woefully short of my known Irish paper-trail ancestry. Yesterday I received an updated estimate of my origins, with the 'new Irish data' added. I am now estimated [in standard mode] as being 49.3% Irish, which actually chimes accurately with my known ancestry, with the rest made up of East Anglian, South-East England, South-West Scotland/Northern Ireland and Welsh ancestry. I am under the impression that this 'new Irish data' has not yet been made 'officially' available, or at any rate I have not seen any announcements.
    Hi Yorkie,
    I messaged them more than once on Twitter, but they ignored me on all occasions, they seem to have a customer service problem, or some kind of problem, I know some other users who have contacted them, one by Facebook, which I do not use, and then by magic had the new Irish dataset applied, and a recalculation of results.
    How did you contact them?
    I find it quite unprofessional that they seem to be updating customers results on an ad hoc basis, and no announcements and ignoring customers who contact them, I’m a little frustrated with them to be honest.
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    Hi SG,
    I contacted them directly on [email protected] on February 14th 2019 and I received a reply from Melanie Colbridge on March 21st 2019. To reiterate, I was informed that my results had been updated to include the 'new Irish data'. In my case, the Irish, East Anglian, Central and South-East England, Wales and SW Scot/N.Ireland results fit my paper-trail seemingly very accurately now.

    Whilst I have a higher opinion of this company's ability to identify British and Irish dna ethnicities than those of AncestryDNA, 23andMe, FTDNA, [and especially MyHeritageDNA], I agree with you that their record on customer service appears to be somewhat patchy, based upon anecdotal evidence. My advice would be for you to contact them at the above address directly, rather than on Twitter etc.

    By the way, also anecdotally, I get the impression that although LivingDNA appear to excel at the identification of British/Irish dna ethnicities, they might have an occasional 'problem' in the frequency by which small to minute [likely 'genetic noise'] amounts of 'Pashtun' dna are assigned to British and Irish customers. This reminds me of MyHeritageDNA's apparently frequent assignment of tiny amounts of 'Nigerian' dna to customers of British and Irish backgrounds.

    Please let me know if you receive an updated dna profile after contacting them. Good luck!

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    My dad's data was finally processed and he got his autosomal breakdown. This was obtained from an upload in July when they they giving away the free autosomal breakdown to uploads.

    He got 94.3% Ireland, 4.3% Northumbria and 1.4% Cumbria. His standard results are the same. I've attached an image of the complete and cautious results.

    Living DNA Dad results.png

    For comparison, my mum got 100% Ireland.
    I got 84.6% Ireland, 10.8% Southwest Scotland and Northern Ireland, and 4.5% Northwest Scotland.
    Ancestry: Ireland (Paper trail ≅ 81.25% Roscommon, 12.5% Galway, 6.25% Mayo)
    Y-DNA (P) ancestor (Y): Kelly b. c1830 in Co. Roscommon (Uí Maine)
    mtDNA (P) ancestor: Fleming b. c1831 in Co. Roscommon
    mtDNA (M) ancestor: McDermott b. c1814 in Co. Roscommon
    mtDNA Great grandfather: Connella b. c1798 in Co. Roscommon (T2a1a8)
    Y-DNA 2x great grandfather: Higgins b. c1816 in Co. Roscommon (R-DF109)
    Y-DNA 3x great grandfather: Fleming b. c1829 in Co. Roscommon (R-Z23534)

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