R1b level of NevGen
R1a level for NevGen is added on June 11th 2016, more than 40 days after its brother subclade R1b. For now it has 71 subclade. Testings showed something people in GG already knew, that R1a deep subclades are much easier to predict than subclades of R1b. R1a level suffers even more than R1b level from low number of haplotypes for some of its subclades. Here there are two subclades with only 4 samples. In future will be added new samples to subclades, as they become available. And more subclades, ofcourse.
Unfortunately, statistics for R1a subranches under Z93 (mainly from Indian subcontinent, Near East and Western and Central Asia) are not so good as are statistics for typically european subclades, because haplotype data for them is less numerous and less deep SNP defined. That is reason why is NevGen more confident for european subbranches than for asian.