DonnaLuzziParticipantDecember 11, 2015 at 3:53 pmPost count: 2
yes, Russell Luzzi
and myself, Donna LuzziLea (Admin)KeymasterDecember 11, 2015 at 7:54 pmPost count: 296
Update: Beta testing on AncestryDNA has now closed. We thank you for your kind gesture to share your AncestryDNA genomes with us and pleased to let you know that Sterling’s App V2.1 is now capable of generating variant reports from AncestryDNA. If we have not previously contacted you by now you may order your AncestryDNA reports from Sterling’s App V2.1 here https://mthfrsupport.com/order-reports/.
NATGEO raw data is still required for our beta testing so if you would like to share your NATGEO data with us please post only YES NATGEO below. Please do not leave your contact details or raw data files in the post as we can contact you by your user name details.
Thank you once again for your participation and kindness in sharing your genomes.
The Team at MTHFR Support2scheafferParticipantMay 5, 2016 at 11:44 pmPost count: 3
Yes NatGeo” ONLY
You have probably seen this, but NatGeo2 is not allowing download of any data from its site.
It will allow me to transfer to Family Tree, which I did do.
There is a note in FTDMA as follows in a section that states “Genographic Transfer”
Download mtDNA SNPs as CSV | Download Y-DNA SNPs as CSV
Would these be the files?Lea (Admin)KeymasterMay 12, 2016 at 7:31 amPost count: 296
We did not move forward with using the raw data from NatGeo with Sterling’s App as it did not produce enough SNPs to generate a report.
The offer of a free report for helping with the beta-testing closed some time ago and is no longer on offer.
For details on downloading your raw data from NatGeo you would need to contact them direct.
Sterling’s App V2.3 is only compatible with 23andMe and AncestryDNA.
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