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From: "M True" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Converting Sorensen markers to FTDNA values
Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2005 21:05:38 +0100
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Thanks Allen,

I've done that and it works for most of the other markers, but for the ones
I listed it doesn't convert them as it says it doesn't have enough
information to be able to do it.

Thanks for thinking about this problem.

John Eckersley.


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Subject: Re: [DNA] Converting Sorensen markers to FTDNA values


>
> Hi you could always use Sorenson website in FTDNA setting and start
plugging values in til you get a match on the Sorenson side of the screen.
>
> Allen Hunt
> -------------- Original message --------------
>
> > Dear list,
> >
> > Another dopey question I'm afraid from yours truly!
> >
> > I am trying to convert the marker values I obtained from Sorensen into
FTDNA
> > values. On the Sorensen site they say there is not enough information
for them
> > to be able to give a conversion.
> >
> > Does anyone know if any of the other labs give conversion values from
Sorensen
> > to FTDNA for the following:
> >
> > DYS Sorensen value
> > 441 13
> > 444 12
> > 445 13
> > 446 12
> > 452 30
> > 461 11
> > 462 11
> > 463 25
> > GGAAT1B07 10
> > YGATAA10 13
> > YGATAAC4 23
> >
> > Also YGATAH4 appears to be 12 in Sorensen speak but 11 in FTDNA speak.
> >
> > Are the labs working towards all using the same reporting conventions
for all
> > markers?
> >
> > Using the unconverted Sorensen values along with my FTDNA values Whit's
new
> > Haplogroup predictor my R1b score has dropped slightly.
> > E3a = 2
> > E3b = 4
> > G = 1
> > I1a = 4
> > I1b = 3
> > I1c = 2
> > J2 = 20 NaN
> > R1a = 19
> > R1b = 58 NaN
> > N3 = 0
> >
> > What does "NaN" mean?
> >
> > Finally my 452 value at Sorensen is 30 but the new haplogroup predictor
only
> > allows marker values between 10 and 17?
> >
> > Thanks for your help.
> >
> >
> > John Eckersley.
> >
> >
> >
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