As a follow-up to the Q&A on Generational Loss of Data with DNA Testing, which described generational detail loss really well for Autosomal, I am now looking for a calculation or some basic formula to estimate generational relationship based on genetic distance for the different levels of DNA testing, and with some sort of probability perhaps related as well.
I know Family Tree DNA has explanation tables for 37, 67, and 111, but the way they display the information is different and I would like to have or build an 'all-in-one chart' for each of the levels 12-111, similar to the highlighted section below as well as the following graphic. (which the lower levels do not contain in the linked FAQ pages)
As well as combined the following information in an easy to display reference table for all levels from 12-111 Y-STR DNA tests. (Missing 111)
The above image from a 2010 FamilyTreeDNA Presentation which they described the calculation as complex (with an unrelated whiteboard calculation as a joke).
I have also looked at ISOGG's website and haven't found a good reference chart nor anything digestable to make my own.
The have some other good information on their site in different places and that referenced presentation is one of the best consolidated places, but so far I have not found a nice all in one table.
Part of what I am trying to determine is with different test levels what is reasonable with an assigned confidence level, but also when looking at approaching someone for testing are they close enough of a level to get the answer I am looking for at the time. This comes up as recently I've had some unexpected surprises with a Y-Str testing that has opened new mysteries..
Has anyone found a nice consolidated reference chart for all levels 12-111 that has the information above at all testing levels or can point me to a more digestable formula for me to build my own?