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  1. The "fits" and distances are all very off, your...

    The "fits" and distances are all very off, your results are totally inaccurate, because the Albanians are part of the Balkan cluster, not the Italian cluster. The distance in a two-way model is of...
  2. Definitely it is a potential flaw. Which is why...

    Definitely it is a potential flaw. Which is why academic samples are useful because they give us the big picture but they cannot always be taken for completely reliable when it comes to individual...
  3. As I know they don't ask for birth or baptismal...

    As I know they don't ask for birth or baptismal certificates. At least not always. Many times ancestry is simply self reported. And it is not always the researchers/geneticists directly who collect...
  4. I will look for them tomorrow; they must have...

    I will look for them tomorrow; they must have been released, perhaps in a previous study.
  5. You're right, for the Italians many are surely...

    You're right, for the Italians many are surely duplicates (North Italian/Bergamo HGDP, TSI, Sardinian HGDP... also some south Italian sample is also a duplicate). The new ones are some Greek...
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    In Antonio 2019 it's Anatolia MLBA (a sample set...

    In Antonio 2019 it's Anatolia MLBA (a sample set of 5 individuals), not Anatolia IA or later Anatolia. As I remember Anatolia MLBA is still 50% EEF/ANF. In any case, there will be differences between...
  7. This issue will be resolved, I believe, with the...

    This issue will be resolved, I believe, with the second half of the Bronze Age samples from mainland southern Italy.
  8. Samples from most of Italy are missing for the...

    Samples from most of Italy are missing for the Iron Age. I do not understand why studies on Iron Age Italy presented almost a year ago have not yet come out. However, it is possible that slowly the...
  9. Indeed, agreed.

    Indeed, agreed.
  10. Thanks Salento for that. That's the TSI sample...

    Thanks Salento for that. That's the TSI sample set, it belongs to 1000genomes/HapMap projects. Or rather, TSI is a sample set from the HapMap project shared with 1000genomes.
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  11. I was stating a fact: these are indeed academic...

    I was stating a fact: these are indeed academic samples. They have been dowloaded by academic sites by Salento, who is not responsible at all for their strange results, because outliers and...
  12. They are all academic samples.

    They are all academic samples.
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    I don't know if the set of Corsican samples, that...

    I don't know if the set of Corsican samples, that has been released and you can download, comes from this study, but it is a really nice set, out of 16 individuals, 4 do not seem to be fully...
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    WHG is an important element of Latins and...

    WHG is an important element of Latins and Etruscans and it is a problem if Dodecad used with nMonte fails to recognize it. I do not think that samples who are admixed with WHG can be the ultimate...
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    I really don't know where the samples came from,...

    I really don't know where the samples came from, that's why I was also asking myself. Even near Genoa there are valleys with villages that have been isolated for centuries. Maybe Angela knows.
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    Minoan is not an ancestral component and in my...

    Minoan is not an ancestral component and in my opinion couldn't be used as such. Still in my opinion, Dodecad also shows problems in PCAs with ancient samples used in studies as ancestral components....
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    Di Cristofaro's is a rather disappointing paper....

    Di Cristofaro's is a rather disappointing paper.

    The problem with these percentages of uniparental markers is what geographic areas they come from, whether all individuals, take the case of E-V13...
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    Italian Chalcolithic farmers if I'm not mistaken...

    Italian Chalcolithic farmers if I'm not mistaken did not come from Etruria but from the Marche region, which has no much archeological connection with the Prehistoric Etruscan world. The only...
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    An amateur calculator cannot prove much at these...

    An amateur calculator cannot prove much at these levels, especially those created more than 10 years ago before the discovery of ancestral components. You convince yourself of what you want to...
  20. Thank you, Duarte. On the one hand it's normal to...

    Thank you, Duarte. On the one hand it's normal to find a lot of individual variation, as Salento says, but if you notice some of those are _o, I've already labeled them as outliers, because some are...
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    I remain unconvinced, but we will talk about it...

    I remain unconvinced, but we will talk about it in the coming days.
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    I was referring to other things, but from now I...

    I was referring to other things, but from now I won't be able to chime in because I'm too messed up with real life.

    Republican era Romans doesn't equal Etruscans, if I remenber well they are 11...
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    We are talking about different things, Jovialis.

    We are talking about different things, Jovialis.
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    C'mon, Jovialis, Aneli is a former student of...

    C'mon, Jovialis, Aneli is a former student of Alberto Piazza and they are not at all credible when it comes to Etruscans (and even Tuscans). What Aneli writes is only due to the logics of the clans...
  25. You are far away from everybody. Even the first...

    You are far away from everybody. Even the first one you come out with is at 12.12725855, that's a considerable distance. Try to do a PCA.







    Thank you for the valuable contribution.
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