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Thread: Admixture Painting of X-Chromosome1798 days old

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    Default Admixture Painting of X-Chromosome

    I was wondering if any of the Gedmatch.com calculators isolate the X chromosome and do an admixture painting. I've seen it for chromosomes 1 -22 but can't recall one for X.

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    Nope, none of them do.

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    Mods should merge this thread with the other one: http://www.forumbiodiversity.com/sho...X-DNA-Gedmatch

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    The problem is the publicly available population data does not have X chromosome data. Don't get your hopes up too high , but various comments at 23andme's forum state the next generation ancestry painting will include the X.

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    deCodeme painted the ancestry for both the 22 chromosomes and the X chromosomes years ago.

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    I have done X-chromosome painting tests for the Fennoscandia BGA project, it appears to work. There is alot of publically available X-chromosome data worldwide, you just need to design the analysis and get it done.

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