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    How to Make Distribution Maps?



    I want to make distribution maps based on genetic data available. How do you do them? Which programs and tutorials I must use?

    By distribution maps I mean something of this sort:
    http://www.eupedia.com/europe/autoso..._dodecad.shtml

    p.s. I have both photoshop and illustrator


    Thanks in advance!

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    With all due respect ... if I knew how, I wouldn't tell anyone here. If you want it bad enough, figure it out somehow and surprise us. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Dammann View Post
    With all due respect ... if I knew how, I wouldn't tell anyone here. If you want it bad enough, figure it out somehow and surprise us. :)
    Almost figured that out. But I would have expected some help since people on this forum love distribution maps. They are way simpler comparative informational tool than reading the tables of data. While reading the tables of testing results is nice, sometimes you could see some more patterns of ancient movements and migrations if you map the information geographically

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aha View Post
    Almost figured that out. But I would have expected some help since people on this forum love distribution maps. They are way simpler comparative informational tool than reading the tables of data. While reading the tables of testing results is nice, sometimes you could see some more patterns of ancient movements and migrations if you map the information geographically
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