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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesarea View Post
    FTDNA created a Big Y results user guide page. If you took the Big Y test, check it out, it's awesome. Can't wait for the actual results tomorrow.

    http://www.familytreedna.com/learn/u...ts/big-y-page/

    Update: you don't have to be logged in to view the user guide page.
    I can go to my personal Big Y page now...currently says "Awaiting Lab Results"
    Click here for genetic info
     
    U152/L2/Z49/Z142/Z150+ BigY 3/28/14. YSEARCH 2PJVS. EEF 45.0, WHG 39.1, ANE 16.0
    Earliest Known Paternal Ancestor: Edward Leopold Mitchell (NPE), b 1893, Fulham, London, England. Father unknown.

    Genealogical Ancestry: 37% English, 27% Scot/Ulster-Scot, 14% Welsh, 4% Irish, 14% German, 2% Scandinavian, 1% India, 1% French & Dutch
    23&Me: 60% British & Irish, 11.3% French & German, 2.3% Scandinavian, 1.1% Finnish, .6% Iberian, 24.2% Other European, .4% South Asian

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    Woohoo! that any results are coming in.

    I guess I will spend the rest of the night hitting F5/refresh on my BigY page
    Click here for genetic info
     
    U152/L2/Z49/Z142/Z150+ BigY 3/28/14. YSEARCH 2PJVS. EEF 45.0, WHG 39.1, ANE 16.0
    Earliest Known Paternal Ancestor: Edward Leopold Mitchell (NPE), b 1893, Fulham, London, England. Father unknown.

    Genealogical Ancestry: 37% English, 27% Scot/Ulster-Scot, 14% Welsh, 4% Irish, 14% German, 2% Scandinavian, 1% India, 1% French & Dutch
    23&Me: 60% British & Irish, 11.3% French & German, 2.3% Scandinavian, 1.1% Finnish, .6% Iberian, 24.2% Other European, .4% South Asian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesarea View Post
    The results are starting to come in right now according to a post on FB Haplogroup J2 page:

    "Results are starting to come in, but as yet project admins can't see the results (due to a glitch preventing admins from seeing any project members pages - FTDNA have IT people trying to fix the glitch)"
    WOW so they are, but what a pain !!

    On the other hand it's late this end and I've a meeting in the morning that will require a higher than usual degree of mental competence : )

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    Saw on the FTDNA forum that a batch 542 guy got his results http://forums.familytreedna.com/show...4&postcount=32
    Click here for genetic info
     
    U152/L2/Z49/Z142/Z150+ BigY 3/28/14. YSEARCH 2PJVS. EEF 45.0, WHG 39.1, ANE 16.0
    Earliest Known Paternal Ancestor: Edward Leopold Mitchell (NPE), b 1893, Fulham, London, England. Father unknown.

    Genealogical Ancestry: 37% English, 27% Scot/Ulster-Scot, 14% Welsh, 4% Irish, 14% German, 2% Scandinavian, 1% India, 1% French & Dutch
    23&Me: 60% British & Irish, 11.3% French & German, 2.3% Scandinavian, 1.1% Finnish, .6% Iberian, 24.2% Other European, .4% South Asian

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    I'm batch 542, still waiting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesarea View Post
    I'm batch 542, still waiting.
    On FTDNA forum a BigY 542 kit ordered on 11/14 has posted, but one on 11/13 hasn't yet. I ordered on 11/16...fingers crossed.
    Click here for genetic info
     
    U152/L2/Z49/Z142/Z150+ BigY 3/28/14. YSEARCH 2PJVS. EEF 45.0, WHG 39.1, ANE 16.0
    Earliest Known Paternal Ancestor: Edward Leopold Mitchell (NPE), b 1893, Fulham, London, England. Father unknown.

    Genealogical Ancestry: 37% English, 27% Scot/Ulster-Scot, 14% Welsh, 4% Irish, 14% German, 2% Scandinavian, 1% India, 1% French & Dutch
    23&Me: 60% British & Irish, 11.3% French & German, 2.3% Scandinavian, 1.1% Finnish, .6% Iberian, 24.2% Other European, .4% South Asian

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    Got my results today, 9:00am Australian time.

    I am in batch 542 and Haplogroup R-L226

    Looking at the data, I am derived for 639 known SNPs.

    623 with High confidence level
    11 with Medium confidence level
    5 with Unknown confidence level

    96 are presently on the FTDNA Y-Tree
    543 are NOT on the current FTDNA Y-Tree

    I am derived for 89 Novel variants at High confidence level and a further 25 at Medium confidence level.

    I am just hoping that there are a few that dissect the R-L226 haplogroup.

    This Help page is very useful
    http://www.familytreedna.com/learn/u...ts/big-y-page/

    Regards,

    Dennis

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    Received mine too. 644 known SNPs and 174 novel variants. For the known, 625 have a high confidence, 12 medium, and 7 unknown. All of the novel variants appear to have a high confidence value.
    Last edited by leonardo; 02-28-2014 at 01:39 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leonardo View Post
    Received mine too. 644 known SNPs and 174 novel variants. For the known, 625 have a high confidence, 12 medium, and 7 unknown. All of the novel variants appear to have a high confidence value.
    I am on Batch 542 ordered on Nov,11th for Feb,28th but I haven't received yet.

    I suppose the known SNPs are in the list of 25,000 known SNPS stated by FTDNA and the novel variants are not in this list : 114 for "Irish type 3" and 174 for Leonardo. But these novel variants are not similar to private variants from FGC which are located at the end of the tree branch. The novel variants of FTDNA can be anywhere on the tree branch.

    I am G-CTS4803 about 1 to 2% of the Western European males and from the basis G-M201 to CTS4803, there is already than more 700 known variants in the experimental tree from Ray Banks and Greg Magoon while "Irish type 3" got 753 and Leonardo 818 variants.

    In more, In their 2 trees for about 9Mbp analysed, Poznik and Francallaci obtained more than 1000 variants from A0T basis (from 1100 to 1250 for the best analysed branches).

    I guess that FGC is about 1800-2000 variants.

    But maybe the quality is different and these tests can not be really compared.
    Last edited by palamede; 02-28-2014 at 10:52 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palamede View Post
    I am on Batch 542 ordered on Nov,11th for Feb,28th but I haven't received yet.

    I suppose the known SNPs are in the list of 25,000 known SNPS stated by FTDNA and the novel variants are not in this list : 114 for "Irish type 3" and 174 for Leonardo. But these novel variants are not similar to private variants from FGC which are located at the end of the tree branch. The novel variants of FTDNA can be anywhere on the tree branch.

    I am G-CTS4803 about 1 to 2% of the Western European males and from the basis G-M201 to CTS4803, there is already than more 700 known variants in the experimental tree from Ray Banks and Greg Magoon while "Irish type 3" got 753 and Leonardo 818 variants.

    In more, In their 2 trees for about 9Mbp analysed, Poznik and Francallaci obtained more than 1000 variants from A0T basis (from 1100 to 1250 for the best analysed branches).

    I guess that FGC is about 1800-2000 variants.

    But maybe the quality is different and these tests can not be really compared.
    I ordered on November 11th as well. So, I imagine you should see your results soon.

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