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Originally Posted by

**Pip**
I used the most extensive dataset I could find (Genetiker's)

Where can I find that dataset?

Originally Posted by

**Pip**
and selected whichever combination of prior-dated samples yielded the lowest percentage autosomal variance from the average mean of the population in question. There were thousands of results for each test, and I've only retained the ones that yielded best fits.

Using what methods and tools? How did you calculate this?

Originally Posted by

**Pip**
For instance, the orthodox hypothesis (that German Corded Ware = 75% Russian Yamnaya + 25% Funnelbeaker) yields a variance that is almost ten times that of the best fit combination, so it is passed over.