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    Maybe if you didn't behave like a spoiled child...

    Maybe if you didn't behave like a spoiled child I'd bother discussing anything, but that is clearly not the case, attacks are the norm, I see. I won't post here again.
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    I don't even know you and you're all aggressively...

    I don't even know you and you're all aggressively attacking, this is all very puerile. You're even undermining your a topic on your own forum because of some personal vendetta/agenda. I have no...
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    Sorry but I couldn't care less about "being east...

    Sorry but I couldn't care less about "being east or west", it's irrelevant, a PCA is a data visualisation tool that depends a lot on its input..and yes, shrinkage can be an issue when projecting...
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    I think if a person doesn't know their origins...

    I think if a person doesn't know their origins their best bet would be to look at DNA matches following a test. That's what, for example, people with unknown AJ ancestry do, they will always have a...
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    Why should I be felt called in? That'd be...

    Why should I be felt called in? That'd be ridiculous, I didn't even make any tool.


    I don't know if the samples have been "massaged" or not and neither does anyone here. If there's evidence for...
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    You are potentially accusing them of being...

    You are potentially accusing them of being fraudulent, which is pretty serious (or would be, should any of this be official, but it isn't). The effects you mention can be problematic in supervised...
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    That's the issue, you're comparing different...

    That's the issue, you're comparing different things. 23andme also assigns me Portugal because I match segments with Portuguese individuals, but my results are unlike most Portuguese (~86% Iberian, 0%...
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    You (and your friend) are misunderstanding how...

    You (and your friend) are misunderstanding how both things work, 23andme looks at segments shared with their references and assigns you to them. A K15 just calculates different components from your...
  9. Yes, I do aswell, which is why it almost...

    Yes, I do aswell, which is why it almost certainly could not have been present in Swat before the LBA/IA. Unfortunetly we're not really certain which subclade they were, and to make things worse...
  10. There's not many alternatives. Either it was...

    There's not many alternatives.

    Either it was there before, in which case you'd have to connect it to an Iranian_HG-related branch that had split over ten thousand years from the original branch,...
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    The BETA version is now live. These are mine,...

    The BETA version is now live. These are mine, unphased (no relatives took the test)

    https://i.postimg.cc/DwVb2qPm/23andme-BETA-update.png
  12. You may be right, honestly I never bothered...

    You may be right, honestly I never bothered analysing that haplogroup or giving it much thought, because it is not mine. In fact, I barely care about my own haplogroup because of how little genetic...
  13. Yes, I know who the family is, that's valerius'...

    Yes, I know who the family is, that's valerius' branch
  14. Possibly because E-Y31991 and E-V13 folks weren't...

    Possibly because E-Y31991 and E-V13 folks weren't in the same areas/cultures in Europe during the time of IE expansions, so they became part of different groups. That could explain why Y31991 is...
  15. Btw kingjohn, on the Celtic thing. While these...

    Btw kingjohn, on the Celtic thing. While these lineages are very likely neolithic in origin, its dispersal might indeed be related to Celts (or para/proto-Celtic peoples). This is just being...
  16. Maybe, maybe not, at the moment there's no way to...

    Maybe, maybe not, at the moment there's no way to know. But be it as it may, Y31991 is so old in Europe that it's perfectly plausible (and I'd say likely) that it was eventually part of whatever...
  17. Yes, first East then South into the subcontinent,...

    Yes, first East then South into the subcontinent, also some subclade of I2a as we've seen in it in Swat Valley. Both probably entered into these IE-speaking groups coming from European farmers, which...
  18. They are, and that is perfectly fine. The older...

    They are, and that is perfectly fine. The older sample is also an outlier and has higher Steppe_MLBA ancestry too, which makes sense since he's closer in time to the original migrants from Central...
  19. It would be very unlikey for the BMAC individuals...

    It would be very unlikey for the BMAC individuals to also be E-Y31991, considering those Udegram guys with the clade lack BMAC ancestry. It would have had to be totally diluted by the time they had...
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    That one I don't know as I have no idea how to...

    That one I don't know as I have no idea how to check for SNPs on the BAM files myself. If I get any info on him I'll report back
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    Yes, I asked two different people to run the BAM...

    Yes, I asked two different people to run the BAM files on all yDNA E samples from Swat, and both came up with the same results, all positive for Y31991. It appears two of them (I3262 and I1799) are...
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    Kingjohn, all those Swat Valley individuals are...

    Kingjohn, all those Swat Valley individuals are E-Y31991 and PF4428, same clade as you say as the Saka outlier (who is also positive for Y134097 and Y168265, likely making him E-Y168273). It was a...
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    No idea, but for what it is worth Irish...

    No idea, but for what it is worth Irish Travellers are also regular Irish despite the gypsie stereotype, as far as I know, but the study I read was very old. The field of population genetics is...
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    I'm sorry but all that sounds very feeble and...

    I'm sorry but all that sounds very feeble and against the most recent genetic studies, the "unpublished paper" is clear that both samples from Porto and Lisbon draw from the same source population...
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    Not stupid at all, here's the breakdown: The...

    Not stupid at all, here's the breakdown:

    The green component is a lot higher in Italy than in Iberia or Western Europe, so I assume its central/eastern mediterranean related.
    The brown in...
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