Wednesday, May 23, 2007

67 Markers, again

Since we now have 14 folks in the Project who have tested to 67 markers, I decided to see what a cladogram of those folks might reveal.    This is partially to scale and partly not.    in each of the groups comprising a genealogically related family (where you can see the individual marker differences named), it is to scale.    But, as you can see, there is some considerable distance between some of the families (60 markers, in one instance) and in that respect, it is not to scale. -Each time I do one of these it lays out a little differently.    I don't understand why.


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