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Thoughts on DNA accuracy statistics

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Re: Thoughts on DNA accuracy statistics

Posted: 29 Nov 2012 6:06AM GMT
Classification: Query
I'm totally stumped, and I've tried to think of that, too, who colonized Puerto Rico? I think that might be where my daughter's 7% unknown comes from, maybe indigenous people? But Puerto Rico was colonized by Spanish (the names are Rivero, Aviles, Rodgriguez, etc.

Spanish would be European, southern European. It's as though my daughter got little or no DNA from her father! Or maybe the Scandinavian is his mother's Germanic ancestry? Either way, it makes me think the "Scandinavian" ancestry is somehow derived inaccurately, by Ancestry. Something seems amiss.

I've tried reporting this to ancestry through the Beta Feedback. Anyone know how to do this directly?
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cathymd 5 Dec 2012 1:17AM GMT 
Paige_Family 26 Nov 2012 1:27AM GMT 
terrilancaste... 26 Nov 2012 1:30AM GMT 
nathan_mn 26 Nov 2012 7:14AM GMT 
tonyaallyn 27 Nov 2012 3:14PM GMT 
terrilancaste... 28 Nov 2012 4:50AM GMT 
LeeHigdonNewe... 28 Nov 2012 1:52PM GMT 
tulrose 28 Nov 2012 2:27PM GMT 
terrilancaste... 29 Nov 2012 4:22AM GMT 
LeeHigdonNewe... 29 Nov 2012 1:06PM GMT 
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