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MyHeritage Raw DNA file
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Has anyone tested directly through MyHeritage (not an upload) since they have gone to the GSA chip? I'm looking for someone that has and is willing to extract the Y chromosome results and put them into a new file and share that file.

Then I will be able to determine which positions match the ISOGG v15.73 file to see, for the most part, which Y-DNA SNPs are tested by MyHeritage.


edit: The following is for clarity. I didn't think that this would be necessary.

If you have not tested with MyHeritage directly there is no need to respond unless you just like to type. If you have tested directly through MyHeritage (not an upload) but are not willing to extract the Y chromosome results and put them into a new file and share that file there is no reason to respond unless you just like to type.

I know how to analyze raw data files which is why I am asking for one.
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(05-25-2024, 05:06 PM)ArmandoR1b Wrote: Has anyone tested directly through MyHeritage since they have gone to the GSA chip? I'm looking for someone that has and is willing to extract the Y chromosome results and put them into a new file and share that file.

Then I will be able to determine which positions match the ISOGG v15.73 file to see, for the most part, which Y-DNA SNPs are tested by MyHeritage.

Open RAW in text editor. Positions are described by chromosome number and Y chromosome is decsribet by Y letter.
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(05-25-2024, 05:06 PM)ArmandoR1b Wrote: Has anyone tested directly through MyHeritage since they have gone to the GSA chip? I'm looking for someone that has and is willing to extract the Y chromosome results and put them into a new file and share that file.

Then I will be able to determine which positions match the ISOGG v15.73 file to see, for the most part, which Y-DNA SNPs are tested by MyHeritage.

I tried to do mine a year or so ago, but they told me since I uploaded my FtDna BigY into MyHeritage it was useless to do their test......................they ( MyHeritage ) use FtDna labs for obtaining a DNA result
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Maternal side yDna branch is   R1b - S8172
Paternal Grandfather mother's line is    I1- Z131 - A9804

Veneto 75.8%, Austria 5%, Saarland 3.4%, Friuli 3.2%, Trentino 2.6%, Donau Schwaben 1%, Marche 0.8%

BC Ancient Sites I am connected to, Wels Austria, Sipar Istria and Gissa Dalmatia
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(05-25-2024, 07:45 PM)sirdan Wrote:
(05-25-2024, 05:06 PM)ArmandoR1b Wrote: Has anyone tested directly through MyHeritage since they have gone to the GSA chip? I'm looking for someone that has and is willing to extract the Y chromosome results and put them into a new file and share that file.

Then I will be able to determine which positions match the ISOGG v15.73 file to see, for the most part, which Y-DNA SNPs are tested by MyHeritage.

Open RAW in text editor. Positions are described by chromosome number and Y chromosome is decsribet by Y letter.

I need the raw file from someone that has purchased a test from MyHeritage.

I was not asking how to do what you mentioned. I know how to analyze raw data files and have for a long time. Not sure why you misunderstood my post.
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(05-25-2024, 07:49 PM)Moeca Wrote:
(05-25-2024, 05:06 PM)ArmandoR1b Wrote: Has anyone tested directly through MyHeritage since they have gone to the GSA chip? I'm looking for someone that has and is willing to extract the Y chromosome results and put them into a new file and share that file.

Then I will be able to determine which positions match the ISOGG v15.73 file to see, for the most part, which Y-DNA SNPs are tested by MyHeritage.

I tried to do mine a year or so ago, but they told me since I uploaded my FtDna BigY into MyHeritage it was useless to do their test.

Ok. Not sure why you told me that.

Quote:.....................they ( MyHeritage ) use FtDna labs for obtaining a DNA result

I already knew that. That does not mean that they don't use a different chip. According to ISOGG at https://isogg.org/wiki/Autosomal_DNA_tes...ison_chart they do use a different chip.

Also, see this post about MH having 4K Y-DNA SNPs - https://genarchivist.com/showthread.php?...5#pid19745

I just want to know which positions are reported to be tested and which of those actually have calls as opposed to no-calls.

In order for that to happen I need the following -

Someone that has tested with MyHeritage directly (not an upload) and is willing to extract the Y chromosome results and put them into a new file and share that file.

You are not that person and neither is the other poster that responded. Hopefully someone that meets the criteria is willing.
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https://justpaste.it/af8zx
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(05-25-2024, 09:09 PM)sirdan Wrote: https://justpaste.it/af8zx

Thank you
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(05-25-2024, 09:09 PM)sirdan Wrote: https://justpaste.it/af8zx

Did all of those have calls? None had a no-call?
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(05-25-2024, 10:33 PM)ArmandoR1b Wrote:
(05-25-2024, 09:09 PM)sirdan Wrote: https://justpaste.it/af8zx

Did all of those have calls? None had a no-call?

The Raw Data has 3495 Y SNPs in the file.   I did a search on "Y" in that file and got 3495.  

I was familiar with that number.  I mentally transposed it to over 4000 in an earlier post.   I am sorry about that.   oops

 When browsing, I did not see any no-calls.  But I didnt browse the entire file.

This is version 2 for MH.  There is no version 3 like FTDNA.   The positions are Build Hg19, not Hg38.

 Version 1 had only 482 SNPs and FTDNA is not updating those.

Thank you for uploading this file.   (My MH acct is an upload from FTDNA v2)
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I created a file with ISOGG haplogroup and SNPs for the MyHeritage file from sirdan

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1...sp=sharing
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(05-25-2024, 10:33 PM)ArmandoR1b Wrote:
(05-25-2024, 09:09 PM)sirdan Wrote: https://justpaste.it/af8zx

Did all of those have calls? None had a no-call?

I have 68 no calls for Y reads.
I believe it is random.
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(05-26-2024, 02:31 AM)sirdan Wrote:
(05-25-2024, 10:33 PM)ArmandoR1b Wrote:
(05-25-2024, 09:09 PM)sirdan Wrote: https://justpaste.it/af8zx

Did all of those have calls? None had a no-call?

I have 68 no calls for Y reads.

Thanks

Quote: I believe it is random.

The only way to know for sure that it is random is for several other people that have tested with MyHeritage 2.0 to also look at their no-call count and for all of you to provide which specific positions have no-calls.
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(05-25-2024, 11:23 PM)Mabrams Wrote:
(05-25-2024, 10:33 PM)ArmandoR1b Wrote:
(05-25-2024, 09:09 PM)sirdan Wrote: https://justpaste.it/af8zx

Did all of those have calls? None had a no-call?

The Raw Data has 3495 Y SNPs in the file.   I did a search on "Y" in that file and got 3495. 

The file he uploaded is only the Y-DNA SNPs because he extracted just the Y chromosome positions and rs numbers
 
Quote:I was familiar with that number.  I mentally transposed it to over 4000 in an earlier post.   I am sorry about that.   oops

That's ok. I wasn't concerned with how many total results there are. I am more concerned with how many effective SNPs there are.

Quote: When browsing, I did not see any no-calls.  But I didnt browse the entire file.

He did not provide his results so there is no way to see which had a no-call. That's why I had to ask him if there were any no-calls.

Quote:This is version 2 for MH.  There is no version 3 like FTDNA.   The positions are Build Hg19, not Hg38.

Right. The file I compared to has both Hg19 and Hg38 positions so I was able to easily tell which build it was.

Quote: Version 1 had only 482 SNPs and FTDNA is not updating those.

Right I already had an MH v1 file. FTDNA is only accepting MH files with results received after March 1, 2019 so that is the v2 which uses the GSA chip. The file he provided is what I needed.
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I also have 3495 lines and a few are "--".
Which means that there are all the SNPs tested in the file, including those which have no calls.
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(05-27-2024, 06:41 AM)Tolan Wrote: I also have 3495 lines and a few are "--".
Which means that there are all the SNPs tested in the file, including those which have no calls.

Yes, I had surmised that the 3495 lines was the total. I also found another two MH 2.0 GSA files with 3495 lines. One has 75 no-calls and the other 62 no-calls. So it seems that the minimum number of no-calls is 62 unless you have less. Most of those 62 are probably the same with everyone contrary to what was posted earlier in the thread. I've had ample experience looking at DNA files.

Right now I don't have time to analyze files but if you extract your Y-chromosome positions and genotype and into a new file and upload them so I can download the file, then sometime in the future, I could compare your no-calls with the no-calls of the others and see if any of them are haplogroup defining in the ISOGG database and maybe even see if they are in the Ybrowse database.
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