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Thread: Share your 23andMe Ancestry Composition

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    So ... you're our Sudanese-Japanese brother from the Balkans. :)
    a black balkan samurai

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    Ethnic group
    Southern European 100%;Greek&Balkan 100%
    Country: UK - Wales



    Is there any limit @1500 relatives only?
    New ones keep popping yet counter's set in stone at 1500.
    ydna:E-FT79653(me, Koch - Germany, Peurača - Croatia, PF#34 ERS255996 - Sardinia, A. Ţăranu - Canada Y25 done with 24.75/25 STR markers shared with me)

    MtDna: T2f1a1* - VK35, viking ancient sample from Varnhem Skara, Sweden - just added by yfull, Skål Viking cousin!

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    My updated results:

    European 99.9%
    -Southern European 99.9%
    --Greek & Balkan 90.3%
    --Italian 6.8%
    --Broadly Southern European 2.8%
    Trace Ancestry 0.1%
    -North African 0.1%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    ... bought it, ... again! ... waiting game ...
    ... brand new:










    23andme vs AncestryDNA top Community:

    ... almost Salentino :)

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    Ethnic group
    Italian
    Country: United States



    ... breakdown:
    detected / not detected





    Neanderthal:

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    Here is mine:



    I feel like this breakdown makes sense, the Iranian, Caucasian, & Mesopotamian, is excess CHG/IN.
    Ancient West Eurasia

    Calculator Versions:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post
    Here is mine:



    I feel like this breakdown makes sense, the Iranian, Caucasian, & Mesopotamian, is excess CHG/IN.
    Not bad considering the V5 chip only reads about 30% of the genotype coverage. As per uploading it and seeing the results on Admixture studio 2.5.

    At any rate, the Ancestry chip is much better, it covers about 90%, and there is indeed a stark difference.

    It would be interesting to see what the 23andme algorithm would give me with my Superkit raw data, which coverages about 95%.

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    The more samples they get from Italy, the higher this will go.





    The 4% Sardinian doesn't surprise me. I always come up with high scores for settlements in Old Europe, i.e. Copper to Early Bronze Age "natives". It draws me "south". Sardinian boats make the run to La Spezia constantly, so, as I said, no surprise.

    Neither is Provence-Cote d'Azur a surprise. I'm a quarter Ligurian, after all. Not much difference genetically on either side of that rather recent political border. Heck, Garibaldi was born on the other side of it, and tons of the last names there are Italian.

    How they don't classify that and the southwest of France as "Southern European" is beyond me.

    So, I think that 10% and 4% should be added to my "Italian" total. :)

    I apparently have more of my father in me than my mother, however, which doesn't at all surprise me, either. I may look more like her, but I'm definitely my father's daughter in mostly everything else.


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    no change for myself



    Fathers mtdna ... T2b17
    Grandfather mtdna ... T1a1e
    Sons mtdna ... K1a4o
    Mum paternal line ... R1b-S8172
    Grandmum paternal side ... I1d1-P109
    Wife paternal line ... R1a-Z282

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    @torzio
    Ancestry Composition was updated to 5.9 only for chip v5 so far. I tested v4, for example, and I'm still at 5.2 (from abt. one year ago).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    The more samples they get from Italy, the higher this will go.





    The 4% Sardinian doesn't surprise me. I always come up with high scores for settlements in Old Europe, i.e. Copper to Early Bronze Age "natives". It draws me "south". Sardinian boats make the run to La Spezia constantly, so, as I said, no surprise.

    Neither is Provence-Cote d'Azur a surprise. I'm a quarter Ligurian, after all. Not much difference genetically on either side of that rather recent political border. Heck, Garibaldi was born on the other side of it, and tons of the last names there are Italian.

    How they don't classify that and the southwest of France as "Southern European" is beyond me.

    So, I think that 10% and 4% should be added to my "Italian" total. :)

    I apparently have more of my father in me than my mother, however, which doesn't at all surprise me, either. I may look more like her, but I'm definitely my father's daughter in mostly everything else.
    Comparison with Ancestry:
    Northern Italy85%

    France11%

    Spain4%

    I like their timeline feature. This is the earliest: 1750.




    I just had a strange match show up. She's only a 5th-8th cousin match, but surname from around Carrara, so definitely a relative on my mother's side. She looks more like me than my own brother, more than anyone except my mother. Even my first cousins on my mother's side don't look as much like me.

    I suppose then it's a "Tuscan" look, while my brother looks completely Emilian.

    Genes are really weird; a complete crap shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    The more samples they get from Italy, the higher this will go.





    The 4% Sardinian doesn't surprise me. I always come up with high scores for settlements in Old Europe, i.e. Copper to Early Bronze Age "natives". It draws me "south". Sardinian boats make the run to La Spezia constantly, so, as I said, no surprise.

    Neither is Provence-Cote d'Azur a surprise. I'm a quarter Ligurian, after all. Not much difference genetically on either side of that rather recent political border. Heck, Garibaldi was born on the other side of it, and tons of the last names there are Italian.

    How they don't classify that and the southwest of France as "Southern European" is beyond me.

    So, I think that 10% and 4% should be added to my "Italian" total. :)

    I apparently have more of my father in me than my mother, however, which doesn't at all surprise me, either. I may look more like her, but I'm definitely my father's daughter in mostly everything else.
    Comparison with Ancestry:
    Northern Italy85%

    France11%

    Spain4%

    I like their timeline feature. This is the earliest: 1750.




    I just had a strange match show up. She's only a 5th-8th cousin match, but surname from around Carrara, so definitely a relative on my mother's side. She looks more like me than my own brother, more than anyone except my mother. Even my first cousins on my mother's side don't look as much like me.

    I suppose then it's a "Tuscan" look, while my brother looks completely Emilian.

    Genes are really weird; a complete crap shoot.

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    Here’s mine:

    Attachment 12385


    The Italian/Sicilian is a little low but otherwise their upgrade was an improvement.

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    Filename Genotype ratio
    23andme_V5 28.09%
    AncestryDNA 91.53%
    FTDNA 39.62%
    Living DNA 28.14%
    Helix Geno 2.0 43.79%
    Superkit 94.61%

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    23andme says: ... What do you and Thomas Jefferson have in common ???

    ... ... ... not that, ...

    "Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness" :)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post


    Filename Genotype ratio
    23andme_V5 28.09%
    AncestryDNA 91.53%
    FTDNA 39.62%
    Living DNA 28.14%
    Helix Geno 2.0 43.79%
    Superkit 94.61%
    AncestryDNA:



    23andme_V5

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    23andme V5 Raw-Data uploaded to LivingDNA:


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    I've decided if 23 can't specify 14 out of 15 places, I’m gonna say I’m 100% Salento Lupiae

    ... obviously some of the “non detected” are a mix of very old shared ancestries, ... and after all my top Region is Puglia :)




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    Do anybody knows how to interpret the Trace Ancestry in terms of Chronology?

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfalp View Post
    Do anybody knows how to interpret the Trace Ancestry in terms of Chronology?
    I wouldn't interpret it at all, because even the larger percentages are sometimes unsure, especially if its two related ancestral components, but trace ancestry is totally speculative. It could be true, however, if you find matches which prove it. In such a case, you can calculate it like usually, based on the segment(s) length. Usually its just one or two segments, so you can search for a match with which you share it. If there is none, I would forget it. If there are some, I would try to work on it based on the match in question.

    How much trace ancestry do you have in mind? Percentage or cM, number of segments?

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