For you fishy people.. Here's a pic of my son Doug. He only kept that one out of the water long enough for the photo to be taken.
This is the page that comes up after you click on "Upload STRS" new from the main menu. If you haven't uploaded yet, there will be a blue button on the right side that says "UPLOAD STRS | FTDNA" Click on that, then Choose File, select that CSV file you downloaded from FTDNA and click on Submit.
This is a picture of the menu on the left side of the main YFull page that comes up when you log in to your account. I've circled the "Upload SNPs new" option. I'll post a picture of the next page momentarily.
This is what my Yfull STR Values look like.
Present Y DNA testing places the Watler line as I-Y6647. I am currently awaiting the results of Big Y-700. Am I correct in understanding that all of the terminal SNPs shown on the attached are downstream of I-6647, for example YF01979, and that it is possible that the Big Y-700 will place us at one of them, or alternatively, will add a new terminal SNP to the tree?
This screen shot shows what I am seeing on my YFull STR results screen (I've limited it to the Y-111 panel). YFull has filled in the marker values that were previously shown in gray as not available or not reliable with values from the CSV file I uploaded from FTDNA; these filled in values are highlighted in light blue. When I hover over DYS447, for example, a box pops up with the following text: "FTDNA 25|YFull n/a." If you've uploaded your Y-500 CSV file from FTDNA and don't see marker values highlighted in blue, the process of updating your results based on the CSV file is not complete.
Here is a picture of an example of one of the yfull str branches:
I just learned something other might find useful.
In the picture I am posting from the new FTDNA Big Y Block Tree tool, the columns with slanted, grey, vertical lines represent testers who have only taken single snp's or snp packs to be assigned to that haplogroup. In this case there is one such tester assigned to I-Y23418 and one assigned to I-Y13370.
The tester assigned to I-Y13370 will move to the BigY I-25870 haplogroup column once his Big Y completes.
Where I've been lately, had friends down from Iowa. I caught both on light tackle at the jetties at Port O Connor Texas. One heck of a fight. Bull Reds.
Too heavy for me to hold up.
Hi everyone, looking up on Yfull.com the ages of my SNPs, I was amazed by the ages circled in the picture below. How can we explain that a child Clade (I-CTS8584) has a larger date range than the father clade (I-Z78), for the same confidence interval (95%)?Does anyone have an explanation? Thank you in advance.
Those of you who are still having trouble closing the "Welcome" screen and are still waiting for assistance from FTDNA customer support, have you tried clicking the "Show Me Around" button? I think perhaps after you click it you might get an option to close the tutorial.
Does anybody have any insight or knowledge of the Scottish McBay and McVay families references proving a ancestral connection to the Mcbeth/Macbeth/Macbeath/Macbeatha or Mac An Bheatha
When I try to read my Big-Y-500 matching results, I get the Photo below. to the bottom right is the following To see matches, click on a branch to display matches for each SNP. I've clicked until I'm worn out and get nothing.
Kit 878170 is for my male Atwell cousin. We begged him to test for our group. We have roughly 75 people who are all descendants of Eli Ross Atwell 1808-1892. His father was presumed to be John Atwell but we had a cousin from that line who is a wonderful genealogist test and he just doesn’t have any real match to anyone on the Eli line. So we begged a known Eli cousin to test. He came back M223 and his Y matches are almost all Chandler. The Chandler sub grouping puts him in group 7A which is the largest subgroup and no help to me. This DNA project seems much more precise but I’m not sure what it means. The real issue is now I have to explain all of this to my cousin then the cousins under Eli. I have looked at the results of the distance 1Chandlers and I don’t see a proximity to my Atwell cousin earlier than Eli. I am relatively confident that the deviation was at Eli and not a more recent generation. So where do I go from here? Any help you all can provide is greatly appreciated. We all kinda knew this would be the result but now that it is, I’m kind of stuck.