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From: "Larry Manross" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Major R1b Haplotype Distribution in the YHRD database
Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2005 16:04:24 -0700
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Joan
We are all impressed with your charts. Perhaps you could share it with the group.
Thanks,
Larry
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Subject: Re: [DNA] Major R1b Haplotype Distribution in the YHRD database


Hi Joan,

What a great page! You have really done an excellent job. Wish I could do something like that for J . . .could you email me with a few details on how to do the map with pie charts, what program was used?

I know you can't fulfill everyone's requests, but there are a group of R1b people who have the #1 haplotype you've listed (purple), except that DYS393 is 12 instead of 13. There should be several among the Border Reivers. If you could possibly add that haplotype, I would be ecstatic . . it is supposed to be much more common in Eastern lands, but it would be very interesting to see what other patterns would come out on your map.

There are a bunch of haplotypes you could get from Cinnioglu's paper, too, where he studies R1b. But I suppose it might throw off the distributions if you added another data source.

Bonnie Schrack


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