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    Quote Originally Posted by Boreas View Post
    I am wondering what is the new groups, like West Middle Eastern
    https://www.familytreedna.com/learn/...tion-clusters/

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    Hi all,
    I can see dramatic changes with this new version as you can see:

    Before : 100% european (65% western central europe, 35% southern europe)

    Now : 97 % european (38% Iberia , 37% West and Central Europe, 16% British Isles, 6% Southeast Europe) South Central Asia < 2%, West Middle East< 2%.

    Lost my 100% (not a problem as i feel citizen of the world)
    But i'm still quite disappointed, especially with the apparition of the british cluster, and the increase of the southern europe.
    I'm french (75% auvergne and 25% bourgogne) , with no "exotic" ancestor known in my family, even from the south of the country.
    I know that France is very plurial in term of admixture. This may be more ancient (we have no informations before 1700's).

    I have two questions and hope you will help me :)
    a) Is the moorish influence is already included in the iberian cluster or if I had any, it would appear as "north africa" in the map ?
    b) I always asked myself if i had any autosomal link to my "germanic" haplogroup (R1b-U106)....is the british isles component could explain that, or is it just because i share some DNA with the meds-brittanics (dark irishs etc...)

    I apologize for my approximative english, and for any silly question.

    Cheers :)
    Last edited by oursedur; 07-04-17 at 22:34.

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    Thanks for that

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    Please everybody share also comments about new results !!!

    Do you think it is bull shit or more trustable?

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    I am Czech from Northeastern Moravia:

    European 98%
    - East Europe 68%
    - West and Central Europe 24%
    - Scandinavia 6%
    Trace results
    - North and Central America <2%
    - West Middle East <2%

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    Syky, can you provide if you know such information, about the results of other Czech people in myOrigins?

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    I think FTDNA was trying real hard to capture those small slivers in our DNA but ended up combining some of the larger pieces. My known German completely disappeared and they have me now as 93% European and it's all British Isles. I have 6 minor chunks of less than 2% in the following areas: N & C America, SE Asia, E European, Iberian, North Africa and W Middle East.

    Glad someone mentioned that Ancestry changed too. I wouldn't have known otherwise. They are recently much closer to accurate with my known ancestors. But most of the minor dna assessments from the new "My Origins" line up with several of the Gedmatch calculators.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valerius View Post
    Syky, can you provide if you know such information, about the results of other Czech people in myOrigins?

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    Unfortunately I don't know anyone from Czechia on FTDNA. But from my experience on 23andme, other Czechs should score similar to me.

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    I guess this new version has some problems with recognizing the Germanic factor or so.....
    I'am from (North) Dutch stock but 0% West and Central Europe! My results: British Isles 49%, Scandinavia 44%, East Europe 6%. I guess these 'modern stickers' are displaced here. British Isles is partly related to the Anglo-Saxon invasion which came manly from North-Dutch, NW Germany up to Jutland. Not the other way around. Scandinavia could also be SHG, Ertebølle people. The Ertebølle people where also present in the Netherlands. Otherwise I can't explain these figures:


    Anyone further suggestions? Low Countries (Benelux) or German results not recognized or....?

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    I have mostly Spanish background with some distant Dutch/Scandinavian (gggrandfather) and in the new myorigin
    update my British, Scadinavian and West Central European % has disappeared. I now have 13 % East European?. Something must definitely be wrong here.

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    i think the consensus is the groupings seem pretty slapdash, and it seems to be throwing off the results. i didn't really read the brief, i suppose some of the surprises people have had in their 2.0 results could possibly be explained by it being deep ancestry, but it seems like they threw some arbitrary figures at everyone. in ancestry.com my west asian/ashkenazi totals no more than an approximate 6%, here the two figures (with sephardic instead of ashkenazi) makes up 29%? Oh well!

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    dear selectivememriare you also south italian ?
    because some italian score sefhardic cluster
    i know a lebanese christian and a turkish alwaite who score 17% and 14% sefhardic
    that high in such close groups must be shared east -med signitures
    with kind regards
    adam

    Last edited by kingjohn; 08-04-17 at 23:26.

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    Hi King John, I'm macedonian, but I get a lot of East and West Med on my gedmatch results, so that could be it!

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    After comparing my result with my bro's, I can said that it is weird
    South Indian - South American

    and Where is Spanish people, why all are Sephardi?

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    yeah boreas, you or your brother's totally absent west europe 20% seems a little off!

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    Crazy sephardic percentages are everywhere in this thread.

    @Maciamo
    2 percent South American for a Bulgarian? That's a bad sign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by selectivememri View Post
    yeah boreas, you or your brother's totally absent west europe 20% seems a little off!
    His WestEuropean results 21% and Sephardic results 10% makes nearly 1 in 3, in all his genetic, which I don't have any.

    Who the hell is he !!!

    Before he had 2-3%percent North African, but I don't. Now I am North African, he is not

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    European 100%


    East Europe 52%
    British Isles 34%
    Southeast Europe 8%
    Scandinavia 6%

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    From what I have been reading on blogs, I will be ignoring this update. I say this because many people who have Scandinavian parents and grandparents have now got ZERO % Scandinavian and really exaggerated British Isles

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    yeah, it also seems to be thrown by the fact that they still don't have a proper balkan category, which i think may explain some of the more ...?! admixtures

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    My previous FTDNA origins makeup was:

    96% European
    54% British Isles
    23% Scandinavian
    19% Western and Central Europe

    2% East Central Africa
    2% Eastern Middle East

    My new results are:
    97% European
    55% British Isles
    28% Western and Central Europe
    8% East Europe
    6% Scandinavia

    <2% West Africa
    <2% North and Central America
    <2% South Central Asia

    My European percentage (97%) is the same at FTDNA and Ancestry but the breakdowns are slightly different. 23andMe shows me at 98.3% European and 1.7% Sub-Saharan African (West African). FTDNA is the first of the Big Three to show me with any Native American DNA, although DNA.Land does, and at the same percentage. DNA.Land has me at 96% West Eurasian. As a Colonial Stock American, the percentages on any of the results seems reasonable, except for that South Central Asia part...unless that possibly indicates a Romani ancestor somewhere in Europe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianco View Post
    From what I have been reading on blogs, I will be ignoring this update. I say this because many people who have Scandinavian parents and grandparents have now got ZERO % Scandinavian and really exaggerated British Isles
    I think it varies per person because I have a friend with no known Scandinavian ancestors and his old results were 76% british isles, 0% Scandinavian and his new updated results are 51% British Isles and 25% Scandinavian.

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    You guys got to remember there's overlap between countries. The British Isles, Scandinavia, and Germany/Western Europe, for example, could easily share overlap due to history. Vikings to the UK, Brits [well Scots] were in the Scandinavian areas. Some areas of British Isles, for example, are going to appear different due to that.

    Personally, I find it reasonable to my known ancestry [I happen to have (far) more Central and South Central Asia than a typical Brit would, as indicated in my response to LeBrok's HarappaWorld] but then again some of the FTDNA ideas are just a little odd to put it nicely.
    Last edited by Gaga; 21-04-17 at 02:31.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boreas View Post
    Please everybody share also comments about new results !!!

    Do you think it is bull shit or more trustable?
    Dear Boreas,

    MyOrigins is a big ball sheet.

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    My results are very short: 100% Iberian.
    I lost my previous 20% British Isles, to become fully Iberian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arbaso View Post
    My results are very short: 100% Iberian.
    I lost my previous 20% British Isles, to become fully Iberian.
    Have you taken any other DNA tests?

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