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Have you considered uploading your data to GEDmatch?
Most of it is free, you can get many more matches and do all sorts of analysis on your DNA, even back to ancient times. It's very interesting.
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I must admit to overlooking that. I will bear it in mind in the new year - thanks
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paulH01 wrote: ↑02 Dec 2021, 15:51
... all sorts of analysis on your DNA, even back to ancient times. It's very interesting.
Yes - but don't get too carried away with things like your Neanderthal percentage - I remember Alice Roberts talking about her own percentage and then saying - but that's what everyone
with classic European ancestry has.
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I would recommend uploading to My Heritage.
See my post in answer to Woodchal on this board.