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Subject: Re: [DNA] Admixture study of Y and autosomal markers in UK males
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2005 21:50:08 +0000
Yes, I picked that one up too. This is what I am talking about - the in your face errors that would cause anyone to wonder about the care that went into preparing the paper, and therefore calling to question how much credence we should give to any conclusions based on the data presented in the report.
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> In a message dated 01/18/05 11:37:26 AM Pacific Standard Time,
> > Have you read the article yet?
> Not in the detail you have, but I will add it to my stack of papers. I did
> notice one item when I started to look at the raw data for haplotype
> distributions in Table 2 (a combination of STR and SNP data). I wonder if the
> SNPs for #5
> and #7 were transposed, based on their accompanying STR values. Perhaps
> Dennis or Whit might chime in on that point.
> Ann Turner - GENEALOGY-DNA List Administrator
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