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From: "Jason S. Clary" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Genealogy as we knew it
Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2006 21:14:48 -0700
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Hmm.. Actually it looks fine at .003 if I scale my chart down to match and
really compare them closely.
>I said previously:
>> Could their method of calculating GD change the basis enough so that
>> their numbers might be reasonably consistent but only when adjusted to
>> account for their method?
> Nevermind... I just adjusted my marker numbers down to 22, 33 and 55 for
> the purposes of the probability calculations (reducing those counted as
> infinite down to 1 each) and it doesn't make much of a difference. It
> still requires a mutation rate of around 0.0045 to match their chart.