Several new BigY results under Y7300 lately, one of them leading to a '2' at the end in this picture.
Anyway, this should read 15-15-15-6-2, once FTDNA updates one of the matches from "SNP pack terminal SNP" to "BigY Terminal SNP"...
Ali as you can see in Georg's tree M2019 is the base of the Yakuts.
I saw that the next SNP to test for according to the haplotree is N-B219, but there is no blue "Buy" button next to it. It doesn't show up in the advanced SNP order page either. Why is this? How can I get the test?
Jukka, you might agree.
Here you go Melik, right in the middle of our tree at the moment FTDNA only have two possible tests that you can take B219 or Y16320 in Georg's drawing you will see them as Y16220 and Y16312
Did we get anywhere with Haider Karams placement?
I tried to mark his positive and negative SNPs on two different versions of Mr. Dunkels fantastic trees.
SNPs that the SNP pack marked as negative are red, and positive light green.
I also marked the positive SNP from the Geno 2.0 test as dark green, and an unreported SNP in a gray box.
Would it be worth it to ask him to single-test Z383?
Nils, yes while it is true that you wouldn't fine Y132182 in Georg's wonderful N-tree because he has stopped maintaining that particular tree, you will however find it in Andrei's tree
Hi I gone down from N-Y5003 to N-Y132182
Ok, here is a more detalied attempt on the L550-branch, now that I hade more time to complete it. I have controlled the facts a bit more, added YFulls estimated age of the snps (not all are defined) and also experimented on putting the nationalities of the tested individuals on the snps, from YFull:s information. The nationalities are not scientifically viable, since it doesnt show the origins for the snps, only where the testers live today.
I also tried out different views of this tree, higly simplified to create in this program tool I use. So there are other exciting visualizations to use if anyone is interested. The view here is quite small, but download the image, or open it by itself in a new tab. I also have a PDF-version that is high resolution if anyone wants it.
Hi there, folks. I have made an attempt on the L550/L1025-branch. Its a bit experimental yet, som I would like feedback on how to proceed in the best manner. Firstly: Is it clear and possible to follow? Then: Should the labels like "PRoto-Rurikids", "Balts" and so on, be a part of the tree. It is a bit speculative. And what about the experimental twigs? These are ones only confirmed in one test.
I am also on the way working with detailed ages of the different snp:s, and trying out a variant with flags to labe the nationality of the tested individuals. I hope to be able to show it soon.
Also, there is a high resolution PDF in A4-format if anyone would like to have that one. I dont have a good server to publish it for download though.
Georg has given his kind permission to post this Branch tree that he is developing in his N-Z16981+ project just to show you what I was talking about when I spoke about pruning Georg's N-tree into smaller trees, I believe that we could prune the N-tree and end up with 4 smaller trees that still would be meaningful as a connecting tree but we could still drill down to specific SNPs like Georg has done with Z16891 where it still has reference to M2783 & L1025 so that we know when on the main tree it is pruned from.
The border between Novgorod (later Russia) and Sweden/Finland until 1580 on today's map roughly.
This map shows the actual border between Novgorod and Sweden/Finland in the 16th century. Novgorod was divided into 5 areas and this is one of those (Vatjan viidennes). The border had surely an impact on people's migration at least because of religion. About 1570 - 1580 Swedish/Finnish troops begun to enlarge Sweden. We can also see on the map a curiocity of Finnish history, Hyrsylän mutka.