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Hmmm yes, the Vahaduo does seem more usual for my location...
Yes the mix looks more like what I have seen from academic admix charts.

I don't like the Illustrativedna neolithic list/calculator. It does not differentiate between WHG and EHG.
Heres mine:
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I'm suspecting that Illustrative is using the late neolithic Anatolian farmers from Barcin. As I mentioned before, the barcin samples have Natufian admix as well. Based on my list I do have elevated Natufian admix where usually its 0 or close to 0 in Britain, Ireland and Scandinavia. Since it's not too high these calculators I suspect will only assign me Turkey Barcin for the Anatolian Farmer component.
Using my list I'll show you. The big limitation is that I'm using modern averages. Individuals may differ. However, it does make sense that these areas will show less Natufian. These places are geographically further away from the Levant than countries in southern Europe and would naturally display less.
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Your Natufian says more southern than France I suppose! Or are you Jewish at all, perhaps?
With my Y-Haplo and results that I've seen it makes me wonder. I've found no Jewish ancestors to date. Again, I would like to hire a professional genealogist if I had more disposable income. I will say that Natufian is present in Italians and Spaniards as well.

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And in southern France too:

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This is the result using the MH coordinates instead of 22andME - Much more in line with Wales
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Yes the mix looks more like what I have seen from academic admix charts.

I don't like the Illustrativedna neolithic list/calculator. It does not differentiate between WHG and EHG.
Heres mine:
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I'm suspecting that Illustrative is using the late neolithic Anatolian farmers from Barcin. As I mentioned before, the barcin samples have Natufian admix as well. Based on my list I do have elevated Natufian admix where usually its 0 or close to 0 in Britain, Ireland and Scandinavia. Since it's not too high these calculators I suspect will only assign me Turkey Barcin for the Anatolian Farmer component.
Using my list I'll show you. The big limitation is that I'm using modern averages. Individuals may differ. However, it does make sense that these areas will show less Natufian. These places are geographically further away from the Levant than countries in southern Europe and would naturally display less.
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With my Y-Haplo and results that I've seen it makes me wonder. I've found no Jewish ancestors to date. Again, I would like to hire a professional genealogist if I had more disposable income. I will say that Natufian is present in Italians and Spaniards as well.

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And in southern France too:

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Yes It did cross my mind, did check out the spread of it via FTDNA could be possible...

What is your Ashkenazi score on JTest Gedmatch? Above 10% is likely to be, I read before I think 🤷‍♂️
 
Yes It did cross my mind, did check out the spread of it via FTDNA could be possible...

What is your Ashkenazi score on JTest Gedmatch? Above 10% is likely to be, I read before I think 🤷‍♂️
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Eurogenes k13:

My kit number for my merged file: KB7910696
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2-way oracle:

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I like showing 2-way because:
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DNAgenics has 2 verions of the 2-way but the "Mixed Mode" is most like what I've seen on Vahaduo and Gedmatch.
This is the result using the MH coordinates instead of 22andME - Much more in line with Wales
MH VAHA NEOLITHIC.png
So you identify more as Welsh than English?
 
For an Iberian population I believe that replacing Natufian by Iberomaurisian better reflects their ancestry.

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The fit number is lower (y)


Edit: I added the Iberomaurusian and it still prefers Natufian for me
 
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