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    FTDNA database Number of Y-DNA testers with...

    FTDNA database

    Number of Y-DNA testers with French flag to date: 3248
    R1b: 1902 (58.56%)

    Among these 1902 R1b testers with French flag,

    Confirmed for R-DF27: 479 (~18.5%)
    Confirmed as...
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    Nice! By the way, in your case the TMRCA ...

    Nice!

    By the way, in your case the TMRCA estimated by FTDNA is not so different from YFull's: ~2400 vs. ~2700 ybp.
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    Wow! Family Tree DNA just released nice Y...

    Wow!

    Family Tree DNA just released nice Y tools, which can be found here: https://discover.familytreedna.com/

    The kind of statistics I calculated above may now be checked in one of the tools. ...
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    Alberto Franchetti - Symphony in E minor ...

    Alberto Franchetti - Symphony in E minor

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ewi1ysiyOvU

    Giovanni Pacini - Medea, Act I, Scene 8
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5KaCuEgsWg&t=2m33s

    Giovanni...
  5. Largest European Cities (agglomerations) in History, 7500 BC - 2020 AD

    Largest European Cities (agglomerations) in History, 7500 BCE - 2020 AD, Top 11 biggest cities in Europe


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJi5LcWpznw
  6. @Moesan I feel I should not waste my time on...

    @Moesan
    I feel I should not waste my time on this subject, but here we go.
    If the average height, say, from France or Italy comes from more aged individuals on average - in relation to another...
  7. Quote: "However, the only variable that...

    Quote: "However, the only variable that meaningfully explains Dinaric height as a whole is genetic—the frequencies of Y haplogroup (male lineage) I-M170."

    The list of average height by country for...
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    1) My simulated G25 coordinates (based on K36) in...

    1) My simulated G25 coordinates (based on K36) in relation to those posted by Stefano
    2) The same coordinates in relation to those posted by Pax


    1)



    Distance to:
    Regio-FTDNA
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    With the simulated G25 coordinates (based on...

    With the simulated G25 coordinates (based on K36).
    Closest ancient: Tepecik.



    Target
    Distance
    West_Eurasian:TUR_Barcin_N
    West_Eurasian:TUR_Tepecik_Ciftlik_N
    West_Eurasian:WHG_I1875
  10. With the simulated G25 coordinates (based on...

    With the simulated G25 coordinates (based on K36).
    Closest ancient: Barcin



    Distance to:
    Regio - FTDNA


    0.01125640
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    At the end, I got very good statistics from my...

    At the end, I got very good statistics from my Nebula: almost 40x, 150 bp etc. The test was also quick. So no complains. On the contrary.
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    Besides this coherence Doggerland refers to, some...

    Besides this coherence Doggerland refers to, some SNPs may get decent mapping quality, whereas others may not. So I suppose they would be filtered also based on the quality of the alignment, which...
  13. Finally:...

    Finally:
    https://www.cell.com/iscience/fulltext/S2589-0042(22)00364-9

    Supplementary Material: https://www.cell.com/iscience/fulltext/S2589-0042(22)00364-9#supplementaryMaterial
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    More interesting references for comparison, from...

    More interesting references for comparison, from modern Europeans. As always, biases are possible. Unfortunately, it's not possible to know the divisions by country.

    They're not references to the...
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    Y-DNA frequencies in FTDNA tree

    I don't remember seeing it before, so, for fun, here're frequencies of haplogroups in FTDNA tree (not projects) by flags, which are based on the self-reported MDKA's locations. Although these...
  16. Thanks. Indeed. IIRC I used those two samples...

    Thanks.
    Indeed. IIRC I used those two samples for WSHG.

    These traces of WSHG in Western Europeans could be linked to the "Steppe" ancestry perhaps.

    There're some Native American ancient...
  17. Thread: H2a2a1

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    I was answering for nuno, who got the H2a2a1...

    I was answering for nuno, who got the H2a2a1 result, which is the haplogroup of the reference individual for CRS:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambridge_Reference_Sequence .
    mtDNA predictor may...
  18. Thread: H2a2a1

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    Did you use a predictor for getting this...

    Did you use a predictor for getting this categorization?
    H2a2a1 is the reference of CRS, so this result may casually be explained by the predictor failing in its job, for any reason (as the format...
  19. Agreed. It's mainly for fun, and it should not be...

    Agreed. It's mainly for fun, and it should not be taken literally.

    In the spirit of Bekas' post, here're the results for Portugal using nMonte3 in R and the default penalty. The results vary in...
  20. @Duarte Looks better. These last numbers for...

    @Duarte
    Looks better. These last numbers for Iberomaurusian in Portuguese seem more realistic than ~10%, in my opinion.

    Model with pre-Neolithic pops mainly, as Iberomaurisians were.

    ...
  21. Hello Duarte. This model seems overfitted. If...

    Hello Duarte.
    This model seems overfitted. If the goal is isolating the Iberomaurusian, specifically to test its contribution to modern Iberians, I believe using ancient pops relatively far removed...
  22. Morocco EN is almost entirely...

    Morocco EN is almost entirely Iberomaurusian-like, but not the Morocco LN.
    Canary itself would have Iberomaurusian.

    These models may be "sensible". :) When I try to isolate the Iberomaurusian...
  23. Portuguese (and Galician) would be about 11%...

    Portuguese (and Galician) would be about 11% Moorish (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-08272-w) on average. The Moorish would not have been 100% Iberomaurusian though, meaning generally...
  24. The Sintashta samples from Allentoft et al. don't...

    The Sintashta samples from Allentoft et al. don't seem to be there, but (most of) those from Narasimhan et al. are.
  25. As far as I know, some samples may have been...

    As far as I know, some samples may have been disregarded due to quality issues.
    Not sure why some of them are not there though. The Sintashta samples from Allentoft et al. are examples (?).
    Plus,...
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