This page is used to explain the “Classic” or “Colorized” haplotype data presented under the “Y-DNA Results” tab; and other results information, sometimes general, and sometimes specific.
Y-DNA Results “Classic” or “Colorized” pages:
The members’ haplotype data are presented on those pages in an FTDNA-designed format, but sub-grouped by the R1b-U106 Project Administrators on the basis of your testing status.
Upon accessing these pages, you may want to change the "Page Size" in the little window at the top to 5000, so that the entire long page will reload to a single page. Then you can use your browser's Find feature to find your kit number.
An individual member’s haplotype is reported on these pages as far down his branch as possible, according to whatever subclade he has tested down to, without testing positive for any lower subclade on the branch. The idea here is to group you with your clade-mates, so that you can see who they are, and where they are from.
Members who do not have Big Y or FGC results, are encouraged to order the appropriate SNP Pack if you have no intention of ordering Big Y. See guidance on the Overview page.
If you have results from other testing organizations such as Full Genomes (FGC), or YSEQ, that take your position on the Y-DNA Results list down lower on your branch than what we are showing, please let us know.
At the bottom of the page are several "ZZZ" groups, where the haplotypes of members who haven't tested down into one of the SNP Pack groupings are grouped according to which SNP Pack we think might be the right one. It is recommended to order an individual SNP test for the lead SNP on the SNP Pack first, in order to confirm it is the right pack for you.
Y-DNA Results "SNP" Page:
The "SNP" list page is totally under the control of FTDNA, and is arranged by FTDNA Haplogroup designation and its shorthand, such as R-U106 or R-L48. Whenever the FTDNA haplogroups are updated for the many new SNPs, and new haplogroup designations named, then the SNP list will be re-ordered in that order, by FTDNA. Until they do that, there's nothing we can do about it.
Other Results information:
Links to saved versions of different parts of David Weston's last update to his analysis in September 2011:
Other general or specific Results information will be presented here as time proceeds.