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    Below are my Roman results for the various...

    Below are my Roman results for the various calculators, compared to the MTA top ten matches, I get above:


    https://i.imgur.com/KSuOlox.png

    Here is the PCA for context:
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    I actually have doses of hydroxychloroquine in my...

    I actually have doses of hydroxychloroquine in my house that we were supposed to use to prevent malaria on our trip for an African safari. When it was first mentioned, I was hoping that it would be...
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    Two elite medical journals retract coronavirus...

    Two elite medical journals retract coronavirus papers over data integrity questions

    The Lancet paper, which claimed an antimalarial drug touted by President Donald Trump for treatment of COVID-19...
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    ^It looks normal for what MTA gives Southern...

    ^It looks normal for what MTA gives Southern Italians, nonetheless, it is inaccurate compared to the study, and what other calculators show.

    Here is mine:


    1. Hellenic Roman Monterotondo (165...
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    https://i.imgur.com/do2EPUk.png Here is the...

    https://i.imgur.com/do2EPUk.png

    Here is the MTA PCA vs the PCA from Antonio et al. 2019, they are very different in terms of the plots. I think something is off with the MTA PCA, tbh. For example,...
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    Based on Dodecad K12b Ancient, they are closest...

    Based on Dodecad K12b Ancient, they are closest to Greek_Crete. I recall seeing it is the same for Eurogenes K15, as well. However, it puts Puglesi as in the 9+ distance too.



    Distance to:...
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    Here is the PCA with the first match of the...

    Here is the PCA with the first match of the various samples from Antonio et. al 2019, circled in red:

    https://i.imgur.com/QejVBiQ.png

    MTA gives me R1548, as my first as well. I think the main...
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    Fwiw, I've seen Davidiski refer to MTA, as a...

    Fwiw, I've seen Davidiski refer to MTA, as a "garbage" calculator on Anthrogenica. He's probably just upset that someone took his calculator, tweaked it a bit, and made a ton of money on it. Hey,...
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    Perhaps this is indeed a part of it.

    Perhaps this is indeed a part of it.
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    The main issue with these older calculators is...

    The main issue with these older calculators is that they were made with modern populations as broad regional components. We now know the intricacies of certain areas, rendering certain labels, like...
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    The dodecad calculators seem more consistent with...

    The dodecad calculators seem more consistent with the others and accurate, than Eurogenes K15, or MTA, which is a derivative of Eurogenes K15. According to Davidiski himself, MDLP also apparently...
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    I have, I do think it is pretty funny. I like...

    I have, I do think it is pretty funny. I like that deadpan-style of humor. I haven't seen many episodes yet, however.
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    I like that show as well!

    I like that show as well!
  14. I figured as much, because it reads like...

    I figured as much, because it reads like something a t-roll on a sub-par forum, or blog would declare. Where are they from?

    I recommend to stick with academic studies, rather than listen to the...
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    We've been binging "Justified" on Hulu, and we...

    We've been binging "Justified" on Hulu, and we are on season 3 of 5. It is sort of like a grittier version of Walker Texas Ranger. It's a fun show to have on in the background, while I'm surfing the...
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    I wonder how much the coronavirus is going to...

    I wonder how much the coronavirus is going to spike up again, due to these massive riots, and demonstrations in major U.S. cities.

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    @Regio X, Indeed We can see now from the...

    @Regio X, Indeed

    We can see now from the recent studies that have come out, that places such as the Levant, also were markedly different from other parts of the middle east. For example half of...
  18. https://i.imgur.com/TDyhZbP.png I would bet in...

    https://i.imgur.com/TDyhZbP.png

    I would bet in addition to the Anatolian/Caucasian ancestry from the Early Bronze Age, tests like MTA are also picking up this South-Eastern European-like admixture...
  19. Very fascinating paper, I leave for a couple...

    Very fascinating paper, I leave for a couple days, and I almost missed these intriguing discoveries.

    Goes to show, that because of so much mixing over time, using modern populations in DNA tests...
  20. I couldn't find the BAM files on ENA either.

    I couldn't find the BAM files on ENA either.
  21. https://i.imgur.com/BmrQGL8.png Very...

    https://i.imgur.com/BmrQGL8.png

    Very interesting, I would like to check out the BAM files once I can.

    So in the late-Bronze Age, a new distinct un-sampled ancestral component was introduced...
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    Do not play dumb, you should now by now that the...

    Do not play dumb, you should now by now that the Neolithic Anatolians are a component that overlap with all West Eurasians. They are a component of both European, and Middle Eastern heritage. There...
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    The source populations that make up modern...

    The source populations that make up modern Europeans are different from the modern Middle Eastern populations, genetically, and culturally. Anatolians and Caucasian people from both the Neolithic,...
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    Enough with the politics, this is genetics...

    Enough with the politics, this is genetics thread, if you want to discuss open borders, take it to an appropriate thread.

    Those places have been melting pots since ancient settlers migrated from...
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    So when local populations are conquered by...

    So when local populations are conquered by invaders, they should just tell one another, "Oh well, nothing new."?

    More often than not, these "migrations", we read about in human population...
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