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Taylor Group R1b-082

This page is about the Taylor Y-DNA genetic family  designated R1b-082.

 

Members

Taylor Group R1b-082 Members
Kit #
Tree
Name Earliest* known ancestor Hap
grp
Score
Lo Hi
185918 Taylor Kinchen Taylor (1817 TN 1885 Humphreys, TN) R-M269    
350259 Taylor Mills Taylor (1820 ? - 1877 ?) R-M269    
* Earliest = Most distant
** "Score" = Probability of common ancestor w/in 24 generations.

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About this Group

Members are invited to submit information about this genetic family.

Y-DNA Values

See http://www.familytreedna.com/public/taylorfamilygenes/default.aspx?section=yresults.

Haplotype Rarity

Based on the values of the individual markers, the members of this genetic family score, on average, in the Rare range. Their haplotypes are among the least common 5%.

Genetic Network

With grateful thanks to McGee Utilities and Fluxus Engineering, we calculated the 37-marker genetic network diagram below.

TiP Scores

TiP general

TiP Scores Explained

TiP (for "Time Predictor") is a utility provided by Family Tree DNA. It is accessible to all FTDNA customers with Y-DNA results who have matches listed within the FTDNA reporting windows. It is also available to project administrators for calculating the probabilities that any two project members share a direct paternal ancestor within up to 24 generations.

TiP is superior to most TMRCA calculators. Rather than assume an average mutation rate for all markers compared, TiP uses individual marker mutation frequencies. Because marker mutation rates vary significantly between markers, the TiP scores 

As we use it here, TiP is a truer and simpler measure of genetic distances between individuals than other metrics such as the number of markers in disagreement or a sum of the differences (sometimes called "genetic distance"). TiP boils the complexities down to one number.

The composite TiP score is an index of how closely a member matches the entire group. Generally, the member with the highest score is the central member.

Note:

Unless stated otherwise, TiP probabilities are from TiP version 1 (v1) in effect from August 1, 2012 to December 11, 2012. Another version was in effect from December 12, 2012 to January 17, 2013 and was replaced with version 3 (v3) on January 18, 2013. We are in the process of updating to v3. In the meantime, we've made some observations about how v1 and v3 compare:
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Revised 24 Jun 2015