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Old 03-29-2018, 11:46 AM
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Please post your MDLP K16 Modern Gedmatch results for comparison and identify your known ancestry. I'm of Portuguese ancestry.
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Old 03-29-2018, 11:57 AM
 
Location: Cumberland
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Population
Amerindian -
Ancestor -
Steppe 21.15
Indian -
Arctic -
Australian -
Caucasian 22.19
EastAfrican -
NorthEastEuropean 22.57
NearEast 2.95
Neolithic 29.87
NorthAfrican 0.77
Oceanic 0.50
Siberian -
SouthEastAsian -
Subsaharian -


Ethnicity - All the various British Isles ethnic groups + German + European Jewish + a little French and Swedish.
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Old 03-29-2018, 06:31 PM
 
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Here is mine:
Population
Amerindian 27.71
Ancestor -
Steppe 11.22
Indian -
Arctic -
Australian -
Caucasian 12.21
EastAfrican -
NorthEastEuropean 10.47
NearEast 4.43
Neolithic 20.86
NorthAfrican 4.98
Oceanic -
Siberian 0.69
SouthEastAsian -
Subsaharian 7.37

Southern European great grandparents and one native american great grandmother
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Old 03-29-2018, 08:33 PM
 
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Here's mine:

Standard European (1/2 British/Irish, 1/8th Dutch, 1/8th German, 1/8th Ashkenazi Jewish (with what appears to be at least one southern euro grandmother), far back French, far back Italian, one 5th native American great grandmother)

I'm still not 100% sure where the Indian/South Asian keeps coming up. I have some ideas, but I haven't pinpointed the ancestor yet.

Population
Amerindian -
Ancestor -
Steppe 18.53
Indian 2.79
Arctic -
Australian -
Caucasian 23.89
EastAfrican -
NorthEastEuropean 24.48
NearEast -
Neolithic 29.93
NorthAfrican 0.16
Oceanic -
Siberian 0.23
SouthEastAsian -
Subsaharian
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Old 03-29-2018, 08:36 PM
 
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And my dad, basically 75% British/Irish and 1/4 Ashkenazi Jewish, and one Native American 4th great grandmother...who might have only been 1/2, stories are conflicted.


Population
Amerindian 0.44
Ancestor -
Steppe 19.76
Indian -
Arctic -
Australian -
Caucasian 24.72
EastAfrican 0.20
NorthEastEuropean 23.60
NearEast 0.34
Neolithic 30.03
NorthAfrican 0.82
Oceanic 0.06
Siberian -
SouthEastAsian -
Subsaharian -
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Old 03-30-2018, 01:50 AM
 
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What is NEOLITHIC? anyone know ?
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Old 03-30-2018, 08:08 AM
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What is NEOLITHIC? anyone know ?
Yes Neolithic was a migration to Europe from Anatolia that occurred over a span of a couple thousand years arrived in the Iberian peninsula about 7,500 years ago. All European populations carry the Neolithic population. This calculator divides Neolithic and Caucasus but when you add those two that is the genetic contribution from that migration.
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Old 03-30-2018, 10:10 AM
 
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Pretty much all my relevant gedmatch admixture/oracle results, including my known ancestry listed at the top, are available here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e...Gcxq8Smfpm/pub
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Old 03-30-2018, 12:33 PM
 
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What is NEOLITHIC? anyone know ?
MDLP K16 Modern includes an description of each category with your results:

The K16 model of Admixture K16 focuses primarily on 16 worldwide basic, distich components of modern human ancestry, which have been discovered and detailed in Haak et al. (2014), Lazaridis et al. (2016). These components were empirically 'learned' in ADMIXTURE software from allele frequencies of learning merged dataset (116463 SNPs) of human populations, which, in their turn, had been converted into 'synthetic groups of individuals', with each of them representing one (of 16) ancestral populations. Then, the rest of dataset ('reference') was projected unto those ancestral populations with SNPWEIGHTS software: the results of component projection were averaged per each modern group of human population, and taken as 'population reference values' of component membership in 2xOracle and OracleX4.

These 16 component are briefly described below as follows:

Amerindian - a component, which is modal (i.e has a peak) in various native American groups of North and South America, as well as in ancient DNA of Native Americans (Clovis, Kennewick man, etc).

Ancestor - an archaic component, detected in modern African Pygmy populations (such as Mbuties and Biaka) and Khoisan hunter-gatherers.

Steppe - a component which was sourced from ancient genome of European Bronze Age pastoralists: it roughly approximates levels of ancient North Eurasian hunter-gatherers' heritage, which was subsequently shown to have an influence in later eastern hunter-gatherers and to have spread into Europe via an incursion of Steppe herders beginning ∼4,500 years ago.

Indian - a component of ancestry harboured by populations of Indian subcontinent

Arctic - a component displayed in genomes of Eskimo Inuits from Greenland and shared with Siberian Chukchis/Koryaks.

Australian - a component of aboriginal ancestry assigned to Australian aborigens.

Caucasian - a major component of ancestry of modern inhabitants of Caucasus, Iran and northern Indian : it was derived from genomes of mesolithic Caucasian Hunter-gatherers: a major ancestral component linked to CHG was carried west and east by migrating herders from the Eurasian Steppe.

EastAfrican - a very dilluted component being inherited specififically from ancient inhabitants of Ethiopia and African Horn

NorthEastEuropean - a fancy moniker for a dominant type of ancestry in North-Eastern Europe based on older type of ancestry (WHG, west European Hunter-Gatherer), today this type of ancestry peaks in the Baltic region and Scandinavia

NearEast - a component harboured and later carried by ancient populations of Near East, in our time it reaches the maximum among Bedoins and Saudi Arabians; the component seems to carry an excess of Eurasian Basal component relative to Neolithic component.

Neolithic - a component, modeled on genomes of first neolithic farmers of Anatolia (West Asia), these farmers from West Asia migrated to Europe during the Neolithic and carried this component with them.

NorthAfrican - a local component of ancestry found in North Africans: this local North African genetic component is very different from the one found in the populations in the south of the Sahara (Subsaharian component, see below).

Oceanic - a component of aboriginal ancestry assigned to aborigens of Melanesia and Papua-New-Guinea.

Siberian - a component, which is rougly ascribed to Central Siberian (found at highest frequency in Nganasan)

SouthEastAsian - a dominant component of South East Asians: being highest among the Dai, Cambodians, Lahu and Malay, this is the most common East Asian component among South Asians.

Subsaharian - a main component of ancestry seen in Yoruba, Mandenka and Luhya populations.
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Old 03-30-2018, 03:20 PM
 
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MDLP K16 Modern includes an description of each category with your results:

The K16 model of Admixture K16 focuses primarily on 16 worldwide basic, distich components of modern human ancestry, which have been discovered and detailed in Haak et al. (2014), Lazaridis et al. (2016). These components were empirically 'learned' in ADMIXTURE software from allele frequencies of learning merged dataset (116463 SNPs) of human populations, which, in their turn, had been converted into 'synthetic groups of individuals', with each of them representing one (of 16) ancestral populations. Then, the rest of dataset ('reference') was projected unto those ancestral populations with SNPWEIGHTS software: the results of component projection were averaged per each modern group of human population, and taken as 'population reference values' of component membership in 2xOracle and OracleX4.

These 16 component are briefly described below as follows:

Amerindian - a component, which is modal (i.e has a peak) in various native American groups of North and South America, as well as in ancient DNA of Native Americans (Clovis, Kennewick man, etc).

Ancestor - an archaic component, detected in modern African Pygmy populations (such as Mbuties and Biaka) and Khoisan hunter-gatherers.

Steppe - a component which was sourced from ancient genome of European Bronze Age pastoralists: it roughly approximates levels of ancient North Eurasian hunter-gatherers' heritage, which was subsequently shown to have an influence in later eastern hunter-gatherers and to have spread into Europe via an incursion of Steppe herders beginning ∼4,500 years ago.

Indian - a component of ancestry harboured by populations of Indian subcontinent

Arctic - a component displayed in genomes of Eskimo Inuits from Greenland and shared with Siberian Chukchis/Koryaks.

Australian - a component of aboriginal ancestry assigned to Australian aborigens.

Caucasian - a major component of ancestry of modern inhabitants of Caucasus, Iran and northern Indian : it was derived from genomes of mesolithic Caucasian Hunter-gatherers: a major ancestral component linked to CHG was carried west and east by migrating herders from the Eurasian Steppe.

EastAfrican - a very dilluted component being inherited specififically from ancient inhabitants of Ethiopia and African Horn

NorthEastEuropean - a fancy moniker for a dominant type of ancestry in North-Eastern Europe based on older type of ancestry (WHG, west European Hunter-Gatherer), today this type of ancestry peaks in the Baltic region and Scandinavia

NearEast - a component harboured and later carried by ancient populations of Near East, in our time it reaches the maximum among Bedoins and Saudi Arabians; the component seems to carry an excess of Eurasian Basal component relative to Neolithic component.

Neolithic - a component, modeled on genomes of first neolithic farmers of Anatolia (West Asia), these farmers from West Asia migrated to Europe during the Neolithic and carried this component with them.

NorthAfrican - a local component of ancestry found in North Africans: this local North African genetic component is very different from the one found in the populations in the south of the Sahara (Subsaharian component, see below).

Oceanic - a component of aboriginal ancestry assigned to aborigens of Melanesia and Papua-New-Guinea.

Siberian - a component, which is rougly ascribed to Central Siberian (found at highest frequency in Nganasan)

SouthEastAsian - a dominant component of South East Asians: being highest among the Dai, Cambodians, Lahu and Malay, this is the most common East Asian component among South Asians.

Subsaharian - a main component of ancestry seen in Yoruba, Mandenka and Luhya populations.
Thanks. Is Steppe is roughly the Bell Beakers contribution to the European gene pool?
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