This post from the DNA Genealogy website steps you through the process of filtering the YDNA information buried deep within AncestryDNA’s autosomal DNA results.
It works! I tried it for myself. And there it was – the same haplogroup two other DNA testing services had already provided.
I virus-checked the free software that needs to be downloaded and found it to be safe. It’s always worth remembering that we should always virus check software – especially free software.
There’s a few steps to go through. However, I recommend giving it a go.
I hope there will be a follow up for extracting mtDNA data from AncestryDNA autosomal DNA tests.
To extract your own YDNA results from an AncestryDNA austosomal DNA test, read the following article and follow the easy steps: