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The Ancestry Composition feature has the ability to assign pieces of your DNA at several geographic scales.

This is important because DNA varies in where it is found in the world.

One piece of DNA might be found just in, say, Finnish people, so we can with some confidence call this DNA Finnish.

Another piece of DNA might be found with some frequency in England, Norway and Germany.

Instead of choosing arbitrarily from among these regions, Ancestry Composition will label DNA like that “Broadly Northern European.

"Northwestern Europe usually consists of Ireland, the United Kingdom, Belgium, the Netherlands, Northern Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Iceland. Luxembourg, Northern France, Southern Germany, and Switzerland are also often considered part of the grouping

 

 

 

 

 

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How to get your raw DNA file from 23andMe

After you log in to 23andMe, click on "Tools" at the top of the page. Select "Browse Raw Data" in the drop-down menu under Tools. On the "Your Raw Data" page, click on "download" in the line under "Your Raw Data".

On the "Download Raw Data" page, scroll down to the bottom of the page, enter your password, and select "All DNA" and then click on "Download Raw Data".

After you have downloaded the file and saved it to your computer hard disk, use the Genesis generic upload to upload the file to the Genesis page - the Genesis page is reached from the foot of your log in page.