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Haplogroup prediction from raw data?

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Re: Haplogroup prediction from raw data?

Posted: 24 Apr 2013 11:42PM GMT
Classification: Query
Promethease and the link you gave in you last message both show rs20321 as the SNP for M222. The web site says the mutation there is G -> A, and my genotype for that position is A;A according to my Promethease report, so it looks like I'm positive for M222. Based on the website you gave that would make my haplogroup and subclade definitely R1b1a2a1a2c1a1a1? At least that's the name that other web site gives it. Is "R1b1c7" an older name for the same haplogroup? The G;G entry for that same SNP in SNPedia gives that "common on affy axiom data" message that I was getting on several of SNP's, so that would confirm my theory that those messages meant they were negative for whatever mutation they were testing. Someone should go through the list you linked to and enter the correct and current full haplogroup subclade names and the names of the specific mutations and alternate/previous names stating whether it was positive or negative for that mutation to make it clear to the average person who wouldn't necessarily know that "common on affy axiom data" means negative for that marker.
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weeare138 21 Apr 2013 2:49PM GMT 
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DougCorbin51 24 Apr 2013 11:38PM GMT 
jsnavely 25 Apr 2013 12:23AM GMT 
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jsnavely 25 Apr 2013 5:42AM GMT 
weeare138 25 Apr 2013 11:02AM GMT 
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