Is there a way to download specific data from your 23andMe DNA matches reports?

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For instance all the paternal haplogroups in your matches?
in The Tree House by Anonymous Rocca G2G6 Mach 4 (49.3k points)
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You can download all of the data from your matches in a spreadsheet.  You can then look for specific data.  The download link is at the bottom of the DNA Relatives page, "Download aggregate data".
by Kerry Larson G2G6 Pilot (132k points)
selected by Edison Williams
If you just want to see who matches a specific haplogroup, you can use the haplogroup name in the "Search keywords" field in the 23andMe interface.
Thanks. New to DNA research and that was a helpful reply.
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Please describe the benefit of downloading the paternal haplogroups of your autosomal DNA matches?

Their direct paternal line is only very rarely your direct paternal line.
by Peter Roberts G2G6 Pilot (538k points)
edited by Peter Roberts

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