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Autosomal Admixture Calculator

This is just another utility which calculates percentages of admixture from autosomal genome data from FamilyTreeDNA Family Finder (.csv files) or 23AndMe (.txt files), using EM algorythm and using Calculator input files from Dodecad Ancestry Project (dodecad.blogspot.com). It is made in April 2014. There is not need for any conversion of format, you can just select your genotype file, ‘.par’ file...

Autosomal PCA charts of Europe, Near East and Mediterranean

On internet could be found many autosomal Principal Component Analysis charts, but would be no harm if we offer another one to fans of genetic genealogy. For this one are used many genomes from publicly available collections and works, like HGDP, HGP, Behar et al, Yunusbayev et al (2011), 1000 Genomes, Hellenthal at al (2014), Western Balkans (http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0105090), and others. Beside them,...

Viewer for Autosomal PCA Charts

Our code which calculates several first axis of Principal Component Analysis (PCA) from autosomal data has been made in September 2013. Now is viewer for axis data calculated by it available to fans of genetic genealogy, like pictures of 2016 calculation which were displayed earlier in “Autosomal PCA charts of Europe, Near East and Mediterranean”.In NevGen Tools is included file “PCA of Europe and...

NevGen probability Calculator of Time to Most Recent Common Ancestor

NevGen probability Calculator of Time to Most Recent Common Ancestor (further, just “TMRCA Calculator”) has been written in February 2013 (it’s core for calculation), but was available to several people who worked with it from December 2014, when user interface for it was written. Before that time, it worked only by entering haplotype data into source code. Something must be...

Упоредни преглед расподјеле Y-ДНК хаплоскупина Европе

Надамо се да ово може бити од користи свим љубитељима генетичкога родословља, или оним који желе сазнати нешто о просторној расподјели основних хаплогрупа Европе. Поред приказа расподјеле основних хаплоскупина, наредни цртежи су такође намјењени и лакоме поређењу учестаности хаплоскупина међу земљама или народима Европе. Пошто су учестаности многих земаља или народа одређене помоћу малога броја доступних хапловрста, ми овдје не...

Comparative overview of distribution of Y-DNA haplogroups in Europe

We hope this can be useful to any layman or enthusiast of Genetic Geneology who wants to quickly learn about distribution of main haplogroups in Europe. Beside displaying distribution of main haplogroups, this charts are also intended for easy comparision of haplogroup frequencies among countries/peoples of Europe. Since frequencies for many countries/peoples are made with small number of available haplotypes,...

NevGen’s coefficients of fitting of subclade into another subclade

(last updated on January 10th, 2018.) Experienced genetic genealogists know that haplotypes of some subclades are relatively easy to be confidently predicted on some set of markers. For example, haplotypes belonging to R1b subclades L226 and M222 are easily recognisable even on 37 markers, and accordingly haplotypes of those two subclades are easy to distinguish from haplotypes of any other...

Plans for future

We plan to add in future many new subclades to some other haplogroups, like J, I, E, and some others. In future we might make deep separate levels for other haplogroups, like it is for R1b and R1a. This description of NevGen predictor and manual will be also updated from time to time. First edition of this description writen on...

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...

Incomplete values

Incomplete values (like 18.2, 24.3, 15.1 and such) are not supported in Internet version. Reason is simple: lists (one for every STR marker) does not have incomplete values in their contents, because it could be too heavy burden. Desktop edition of NevGen (not available on internet) does have support for incomplete values in its structures, code and data, and uses...