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Alan
22-12-14, 17:30
A new tool comparing segments of your, to ancient DNA. Post your results.

As expected I show most similarity to Bronze Age Hungarian samples (Indo European herders and late neolithic farmers?) and European farmers. What suprised me was the strong similarity to Ust-Ishim and Loschbour(some WHG like ancestry?). Also significant share with Kostenki14, Motala-12 and Clovis Montana.

I seem to show average relation to Mal'ta while another Kurdish friend shares some more segments with both Mal'ta and La Brana.

Segments shown are larger than 0.5 cM
http://img5.fotos-hochladen.net/uploads/archaicm161332egp9munjr5.jpg

Sile
22-12-14, 18:46
A new tool comparing segments of your, to ancient DNA. Post your results.

As expected I show most similarity to Bronze Age Hungarian samples (Indo European herders and late neolithic farmers?) and European farmers. What suprised me was the strong similarity to Ust-Ishim and Loschbour(some WHG like ancestry?). Also significant share with Kostenki14, Motala-12 and Clovis Montana.

I seem to show average relation to Mal'ta while another Kurdish friend who shares some more segments with both Mal'ta and La Brana.

Segments shown are larger than 0.5 cM
http://img5.fotos-hochladen.net/uploads/archaicm161332egp9munjr5.jpg

We will basically all be the same in realtion with your link, the true test is to use 2cm and see what you have.

I have mainly BR2 and my son NE6

Alan
22-12-14, 19:02
We will basically all be the same in realtion with your link, the true test is to use 2cm and see what you have.

I have mainly BR2 and my son NE6

You might be right.
In 23andme they use always 1.0 cM as the standard. So shouldn't we use that?

with 1.0 cM I got most similarity with BR2, NE1, Stuttgart, Ust-Ishim, Loschbour and Clovis Montana
http://img5.fotos-hochladen.net/uploads/archaicm1613322g8w315uk9.jpg



With 2.0 cM
http://img5.fotos-hochladen.net/uploads/archaicm161332utqw3hl7av.gif


with 2.0 cM I share most segments (from strongest to least strongest) with NE1, BR2, Stuttgart, Ust-Ishim, Loschbour and Clovis Montana.

Mars
22-12-14, 19:54
Not completely sure how to read it... Anyway, here we go
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If I'm not wrong, I should share more significant similarities with Loschbur, LBK and a couple of neolithic hungarians. Ust Ishim sample (45,000 years ago?!) seems somehow "close", too... I have some affinity with Clovis Montana too...
With 2.0 cm, the pictures changes significantly
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Sile
28-10-16, 18:56
I ran my gedmatch number with the ancient T (ydna ) from the levant - gedmatch #( M897077)

and got a hit only on chromosome #23


Chr 23
Match ID Type Name Matching segments on Chromosome 23 Overlap with previous match
1 V3 I0707 Anatolian EF
(M897077) 2321 - 154886292 (196.065 cM) New Root

I really do not know how good Gedmatch is


and ran it also through.......
MDLP K23b Oracle Rev 2014 Sep 16

Kit M897077

Admix Results (sorted):

# Population Percent
1 European_Early_Farmers 43.76
2 Caucasian 36.7
3 Near_East 11.36
4 North_African 7.94
5 Khoisan 0.13
6 Paleo_Siberian 0.09
7 Archaic_Human 0.02

Single Population Sharing:

# Population (source) Distance
1 Italian_Piedmont ( ) 15.14
2 Italian_Tuscan ( ) 15.62
3 Italian_Abruzzo ( ) 16.48
4 Italian_Bergamo ( ) 17.83


and mine below
MDLP K23b Oracle Rev 2014 Sep 16


Admix Results (sorted):

# Population Percent
1 European_Early_Farmers 28.49
2 Caucasian 28.43
3 European_Hunters_Gatherers 25.13
4 South_Central_Asian 5.25
5 Near_East 4.36
6 North_African 4.33
7 Ancestral_Altaic 3.04
8 Melano_Polynesian 0.98

Single Population Sharing:

# Population (source) Distance
1 Italian_North ( ) 1.32
2 German-Volga ( ) 8.12
3 South_German ( ) 8.83
4 Italian_Piedmont ( ) 9.21
5 Italian_Tuscan ( ) 9.73
6 Austrian ( ) 9.86
7 Italian_Bergamo ( ) 10.48


Since we have Italian_Piedmont representing NW-Italy and
Italian_Bergamo representing Central Northern italy then
Italian_North must represent NE-Italy

kostop
07-09-19, 13:37
I'm new to Gedmatch so I'm not sure if I'm doing this right...

When comparing my kit with archaic DNA kits, changing the threshold to 4cM, I get 4 "matches".
Kit F99916 (Stuttgart) seems to be my closest match, followed by some kits from Hungary. A "one to one" autosomal comparison against F999916 using the default parameters produces the following results:


The largest segment seems to be 7.4cM, and the MCRA = 7.5, which seems rather unlikely unless my ancestors were vampires or something.



Chr
B37 Start Pos'n
B37 End Pos'n
Centimorgans (cM)
SNPs


4
185,882,454
187,833,759
7.4
221



Largest segment = 7.4 cM

Total Half-Match segments (HIR) = 7.4 cM (0.206 Pct)
Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 7.5

1 shared segments found for this comparison.

170781 SNPs used for this comparison.

53.144 Pct SNPs are full identical

Comparison took 0.022 seconds.
CPU time used: 0.016 cpu seconds.


Reducing the threshold to 3cM, I get the following:





Chr
B37 Start Pos'n
B37 End Pos'n
Centimorgans (cM)
SNPs


1
220,506,871
227,118,741
4.2
377


3
38,886,413
43,391,043
3.9
233


3
133,730,608
138,928,207
4.4
247


4
185,882,454
187,833,759
7.4
221


7
22,242,535
25,128,788
3.1
213



Largest segment = 7.4 cM

Total Half-Match segments (HIR) = 23.0 cM (0.641 Pct)

5 shared segments found for this comparison.

170781 SNPs used for this comparison.

53.144 Pct SNPs are full identical

Comparison took 0.016 seconds.
CPU time used: 0.014 cpu seconds.


Does this have any significance or is it just random? Most of my ancestry is Greek, although I do have a maternal great grandmother from the Friulli region in N.Italy, which is closer to Stuttgart.