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Of fingerprints such as the fbi database, which contains over 200 million fingerprints 11, is used for an empirical evaluation of the fingerprint individuality, it would take approximately 127 years to match all the fingerprints in the database with each other using a. the overall effect of sex, ancestry, and pattern type on minutiae variation was assessed using a mancova. Anova was used to identify level 2 detail variables responsible for the variation. Logistic regression was used to classify individuals into groups. The present study bridges the gap between researcher-practitioner by examining sex, ancestral, and pattern type variation of level 2 detail (e.). anthropologists have looked at fingerprints for years, because they are interested in human variation. But this research has looked at level 1 details, such as pattern types and ridge counts. Forensic fingerprint analysis, which is used in criminal justice contexts, looks at level 2 details the more specific variations, such as bifurcations. Sex, ancestral, and pattern type variation of fingerprint minutiae. The forensic anthropology field does not routinely examine fingerprints as a tool for creating a decedents biological profile. Objectives the majority of anthropological studies on dermatoglyphics examine the heritability and inter-population variation of level 1 detail (e. , pattern type, total ridge count), while forensic scientists concentrate on individual uniqueness of level 2 and 3 detail (e. , minutiae and pores, respectively) used for positive identification. Sex, ancestral, and pattern type variation of fingerprint minutiae a forensic perspective on anthropological dermatoglyphics nichole a. 7 fournier and ross, sex, ancestral, and pattern type variation of fingerprint minutiae. For a critical discussion of the implied use of race in this piece, see simon a. Individual and collective identification in contemporary forensics. this implies that fingerprint quality explains better the variation in genuine match scores than time interval or subjects age. Sex and race are not important factors to explain the variation in genuine match scores because the deviance barely decreases from model b t to models c g or c r.