Another new version of the experimental phylogeny has been released. In addition to the almost 2000 Geno 2.0 kits (coloured blue), this report also incorporates several thousand non-Geno kits (coloured magenta). For the same reasons as below, the classifier still uses the 26 July 2013 phylogeny.
8 August 2013
A new version of the experimental phylogeny was released today. It features over 1850 Geno kits. It is the first version of this report to fill in gaps using select non-Geno data. Some of these non-Geno SNPs will be private. Others will turn out to be further upstream, only for the moment appearing to be private because they haven't been widely tested yet.
The new version also features corrections to some of the discrepancies noted in the 26 July version.
I have made some changes to the data structure underlying my experimental phylogeny. Until I make the corresponding changes to my predictor, its experimental predictions will continue to be based on the 26 July 2013 phylogeny.
As a demonstration of this software's versatility, the same algorithm used to process the Geno data was used to generate a phylogeny from the two-sample Full Genomes demo data.
By request, this and future versions of my phylogeny will be accompanied by a CSV summary file giving kit counts and SNP counts for each node.
This project was launched on 16 July 2013 and since then it has gone very mildly viral. I'd like to temper some of the excitement directed towards the first version of my experimental Y-tree. Please don't overlook the "experimental" nature of this tree.
This project should be regarded as informative rather than authoritative. As I wrote in my announcement, it's not perfect, but it's a start.
For this option, the calls must be comma-separated. This is the format Family Tree DNA uses in its projects' Y-SNP reports. It has been pointed out that the SNP list on the myFTDNA "Y-DNA Haplotree & SNPs" report is not comma-separated. We're experimenting with a workaround to accommodate this variant format. You'll get more comprehensive results if you join a public FTDNA project and use the data from that project's Y-SNP report (because the myFTDNA report only lists SNPs that FTDNA offers à la carte).
Full Genomes demo format.
The three-line header is optional. Partial headers may cause issues. Multi-named SNPs are accepted. Example: