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  1. Taforalt is a very interesting population. The...

    Taforalt is a very interesting population. The Dzudzuana pre-print (hopefully the full study gets published relatively soon) explicitly stated they had no SSA ancestry, but they seem very diverged...
  2. In some ways the fact modern human DNA found in...

    In some ways the fact modern human DNA found in Altai (and I guess Vindija too, didn't know about that one) pre-dating even Basal Eurasian just makes things even more interesting. If the humans that...
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    What percentage of Kosovo Albanians actually have...

    What percentage of Kosovo Albanians actually have Serb/Slavic Y-DNAs?
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    No further subclade resolution? Disappointing....

    No further subclade resolution? Disappointing. I'm a bit surprised L3 is the second most common though.
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    Can someone post the mtdna Table S3 from the...

    Can someone post the mtdna Table S3 from the supplements? For some reason I'm having trouble opening it.
  6. China, Korea, and maybe Vietnam could possibly be...

    China, Korea, and maybe Vietnam could possibly be explained by sex-selective abortions, but I'm not sure that's a viable explanation for the discrepancies in the Caucasus or Oceania, since I presume...
  7. Are you implying false postitive results, as in a...

    Are you implying false postitive results, as in a population showing a signature of African admixture in f statistics but it's maybe not indicative of straightforward African ancestry? Couldn't you...
  8. Hard to interpret in what way?

    Hard to interpret in what way?
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    Is the majority of I2 in Greece I2a1? Is there no...

    Is the majority of I2 in Greece I2a1? Is there no significant amount of I2a2, which could be a direct Neolithic legacy?

    EDIT: Nevermind, I was confused, I2a2 was never a Balkan/Anatolian lineage,...
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    The major distinction between Gheg and Tosk...

    The major distinction between Gheg and Tosk Albanians is that Tosks have an elevated level of seemingly Slavic Y-Dna (R1a and I2a) to Ghegs, who are pretty much 80-90% E-V13, J2b2, and R1b. Now the...
  11. Some literature to help in understanding D-Stats...

    Some literature to help in understanding D-Stats would also be very helpful, if it's not too much to ask.
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