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From: "Jim Smith" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] 37-Marker Predictor Program
Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2006 22:32:02 -0400
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I now have a different address
On 8/10/06, Sue J <> wrote:
> I tried to go to that website just now and all I got was "Page not
> found". Even when I copied and pasted the address it would not come
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jim Smith [mailto:]
> Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2006 9:40 PM
> Subject: [DNA] 37-Marker Predictor Program
> If this is not the forum for this discussion could someone please
> direct me
> to a suitable forum.
> I've been visiting the *Whit Athey* site, at
> and I am using the 37-Marker Predictor Program... Not being naive,
> when I key in an STR Value of "43" at CDYb the "Fit results" skew to
> non-existent and limits only to a 2/100 (2 out of 100) fit in the G
> Haplgroup... all other haplogroups are recorded as non-existent.
> .. Up to, and not including the STR Value for CDYb, and beyond, my
> fits are
> Haplogroup R1b at 57/100 and Q at 47/100... If I leave the entry at
> "0" my
> Haplogroup Fit shows at 56/100 for R1b and 46/100 at Q. (My FTDNA
> Haplogroup at 12 markers is R1b1...and I'm waiting a Deep SNP-R1b
> I would presume that there may be a calculating error in the program,
> or I
> am really confused...
> Jim Smith
> Tampa, FL
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