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    Here's an updated version. It's essentially the same, but includes a few revisions. Sub-Saharan is now split into Paleo-African (San, Mbuti, and Biaka Pygmies) and Neo-African (Yoruba, Mandenka, and Bantu). Asiatic admixture has also been revised (split into NE and SE Asian). A few additional populations have also been added, most interestingly Kent and Cornwall.

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    If you look at the mixture of Ethiopian Jews it serves as a warning to us all about Negro admixture. Consider that this is what happens when you mix with a more numerous group. If the movement of people into Europe carries on the way it is this could be us in a 1000 years.




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    I calculated the percentage of admixture for over 100 hundred populations, based on the spreadsheet related to the last table I posted. For each group, percentages signify the average proportion of genes belonging to the bracketed race. Data on Australoid affiliations weren't available, so the results for South Asian populations may be off a little. For the purposes of this list, South Asian is considered Europid.

    Biaka Pygmies (SubSaharan) -- 100%
    French Basque (Europid) -- 100%
    Lithuanian 1 (Europid)-- 100%
    N. Italian 1 (Europid) --100%
    N. Italian 2 (Europid) -- 100%
    Sardinian (Europid) --100%
    Yoruba (SubSaharan) -- 100%
    British 1 (Europid) 99.9%
    Dutch (Europid) -- 99.9%
    German (Europid) -- 99.9%
    Irish (Europid) -- 99.9%
    Kent (Europid) -- 99.9%
    Lithuanians 2 (Europid) -- 99.9%
    Mixed Germanic (Europid) -- 99.9%
    Polish (Europid) -- 99.9%
    Cornwall (Europid) -- 99.8%
    French 1 (Europid) -- 99.8%
    Japanese 1 (E. Asian) -- 99.8%
    Armenian (Europid) -- 99.7%
    Assyrian (Europid) -- 99.7%
    Belorussian (Europid) -- 99.7%
    British 2 (Europid) -- 99.7%
    Central Italian (Europid) -- 99.7%
    Orkney 1 (Europid) -- 99.7%
    Orkney 2 (Europid) -- 99.7%
    French 2 (Europid) -- 99.6%
    Greek (Europid) -- 99.6%
    Tuscan (Europid -- 99.6%
    CEU (White Utahans) (Europid)-- 99.5%
    San (SubSaharan) -- 99.5%
    Sweden (Europid) -- 99.5%
    Cypriots (Europid) -- 99.4%
    Iraqi Jews (Europid) -- 99.4%
    Korean (E. Asian) -- 99.4%
    Miaozu (E. Asian) -- 99.4%
    Tujia (E. Asian) -- 99.4%
    Han (E. Asian) -- 99.3%
    Mandenka (SubSaharan) 99.3%
    She (E. Asian) -- 99.3%
    Balkans (Europid) -- 99.2%
    Kalash (Europid) -- 99.2%
    Norway (Europid) -- 99.2%
    Georgians (Europid) -- 99.1%
    Hungarians (Europid) -- 99.1%
    Azerbaijani Jews (Europid) -- 99%
    Other Italian (Europid) -- 98.9%%
    Spanish 1 (Europid) -- 98.8%
    Chinese (E. Asian) -- 98.7%
    South Italian 1 (Europid) -- 98.7%
    Spanish 2 (Europid) -- 98.7%
    Hezhen (E. Asian) -- 98.5%
    South Italian 2 (Europid) -- 98.5%
    Lahu (E. Asian) -- 98.2%
    Mixed Slav (Europid) -- 98.2%
    Yizu (E. Asian) -- 98.1%
    Oroqen (E. Asian) -- 98%
    Lezgins (Europid) -- 97.8%
    Sicilian (Europid) -- 97.8%
    Dai (E. Asian) -- 97.7%
    Japanese 2 (E. Asian) -- 97.6%
    Naxi (E. Asian) -- 97.6%
    Moroccan Jews (Europid) -- 97.4%
    Ashkenazi 1 (Europid) -- 97.3%
    Druze (Europid) -- 97.3%
    Portuguese (Europid) -- 97.3%
    Sephardic Jews (Europid) -- 97.2%
    Ashkenazi 2 (Europid) -- 97%
    Daur (E. Asian) -- 96.6%
    Iranians 1 (Europid) -- 96.2%
    Yemeni Jews (Europid) -- 96.1%
    Brahui (Europid) -- 96%
    Russian 1 (Europid) -- 95.9%
    Balochi (Europid) -- 95.4%
    Indian (Europid) -- 95.4%
    Turkish 1 (Europid) -- 95.3%
    Pathan (Europid) -- 95.2%
    Iranians 2 (Europid) -- 95%
    Saudis (Europid) -- 94.7%
    Adygei (Europid) -- 94.5%
    Syrians (Europid) -- 94%
    Sindhi (Europid) -- 93.8%
    Finnish (Europid) -- 93.3%
    Mongola (E. Asian) -- 93%
    Turkish 2 (Europid) -- 92.9%
    Xibo (E. Asian) -- 92.8%
    Russian 2 (Europid) -- 92.7%
    Lebanese (Europid) -- 92.5%
    Makrani (Europid) -- 92.3%
    North Kennadi (Europid) -- 91.3%
    Tu (E. Asian) -- 91.2%
    Egyptians (Europid) -- 90.1%
    Palestinian (Europid) -- 90.1%
    Yakut (E. Asian) -- 89%
    Bedouin (Europid) --87.7%
    Mozabite (Europid) -- 87.6%
    Burusho (Europid) -- 86.3%
    N. African (Europid) -- 85.1%
    Cambodians (E. Asian) -- 84.9%
    Yemenese (Europid) -- 82.4%
    Mongol (E. Asian) -- 79.2%
    Moroccans (Europid) --75.9%
    Buryat (E. Asian) -- 75.8%
    Dolgan (E. Asian) -- 75.8%
    Tuva (E. Asian) -- 72.7%
    Ethiopians (SubSaharan) -- 71.9%
    Altai (E. Asian) -- 70.5%
    Ethiopian Jews (SubSaharan) -- 70.2%
    Yukagir (E. Asian) -- 64%
    E. African (SubSaharan) -- 63.4%
    Uzbeks (Europid) -- 60.4%
    Selkup (E. Asian) -- 60.3%
    Hazara (Europid) -- 52.5%
    Uygur (E. Asian) -- 50.3%

    https://spreadsheets.google.com/spre...COCa89AJ#gid=0

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    Iraqi Jews (Europid) -- 99.4%???

    Am I reading your spreadsheet wrong as I could only see 30% of combined European admixture for Iraqi Jews by adding up the numbers from it they are 41.3% West Asian. What are we looking at on this list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgard View Post
    Iraqi Jews (Europid) -- 99.4%???

    Am I reading your spreadsheet wrong as I could only see 30% of combined European admixture for Iraqi Jews by adding up the numbers from it they are 41.3% West Asian. What are we looking at on this list?
    Europid, not European. Europid means Caucasoid. The figures don't always add perfectly to 100 (because of rounding), so you get sightly different numbers depending on whether you add up the Europid percentages, or add up the non-Europid figures and subtract. I did the latter. I also miscounted by 0.1%, so on a recount, this time adding together all the Caucasoid components, I got 99.2%.

    For all populations, I included West European, East European, Mediterranean, NW African, West Asian, South West Asian and South Asian as Europid.

    Oh, and just to avoid confusion, I didn't create the spreadsheet, and I'm not in any way affiliated with the Dodecad project

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    At different levels of genetic analysis we see different admixture percentages. The charts and figures above are calculated at K=12; that is, the 12th and currently most specific level of analysis. Now, if admixture is ancient, then it can 'disappear' into more recently formed genetic clusters. For example, if, say, the Eastern European population was originally 90% West Eurasian and 10% East Eurasian, then upon the emergence of 'Eastern Europeans' as a genetic group, the 10% Eurasian admixture becomes disguised, because that population group is now (hypothetically) 100% Eastern European. The only way to determine the original admixture of said population is to look at more ancient genetic affinities. This involves going back towards K=1.

    The various levels of analysis basically mirror the history of race formation, with K=1 being the most ancient, and K=12 the most current.

    We see at K=3 much higher levels of admixture. The only racial differentiation that exists at this level is West Eurasian, E/S Asian and Sub-Saharan:



    Note that ‘E/S Asian’ isn’t equivalent to ‘Mongoloid’. About 1/3rd of Indian and Pakistani ancestry falls into this group. Therefore, while some of the admixture may be recent, a lot will also be ancient, layered over by millennia of evolution, and relatively meaningless in terms of physical anthropology.

    At K=4, we see a further racial differentiation within Caucasoids:



    You’ll also note ‘E/S Asian’ admixture levels decrease across the board. This is because what on a basic level clustered with E/S Asia in K=3, when viewed in more detail (K=4), actually belongs to W/S Asia. Another possibility is that some E/S Asian ancestry was a component of the newly-formed W/S Asian group.

    At K=5, we see more decreases:



    These are a little more consistent with physical anthropology: Minor levels of E/S Asian in Eastern Europe and minor levels of SSA in Southern Europe.

    Finally, at K=6, we see E/S Asian admixture dwindle to almost nothing:



    Basically, what we can draw from this is that admixture levels can be ‘hidden’ in newly-formed genetic groups, but considering this admixture can be ancient, or can simply be lacking more detailed expression (such as the E/S Asian admix that shifted to W/S Asian admix between K=3 and K=4), we need to be careful in any conclusions drawn from this.

    The fact that Finland remains consistently admixed, while other Baltic populations decrease in admixture levels significantly, suggests that Finland has a unique history of admixture. If we suppose Finns originally had an E/S Asian level similar to Lithuanians, then that element would decrease by the same degree as it does in Lithuanians (and we do see small decreases in Finns throughout the K levels). When we get to more recent K levels, however, The admixture that remains in Finns, but not in Lithuanians, appears to be recent or ‘real’ admixture (i.e. occurring after the formation of modern races). The Y-chromosomal affiliations of Lithuanians with central Asians, then, must be ancient (reflective of K=3 affiliations) and largely predate modern race formation. However, ancient admix levels, as seen at K=3, seem to exert some racial influence, as suggested by the presence of East Baltid forms throughout low-modern-admix regions (such as Lithuania).

    * Raw percentages can be found in this spreadsheet:

    https://spreadsheets0.google.com/spr...CKPVjOMP#gid=0

    Tables courtesy of Dienekes

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    Genetic Links between Three SNP Based Regions in Europe

    Mixture analysis of European populations based on genetic regions identified by DNA Tribes® SNP as of August 2011. This will highlight the relationships between three major European genetic groupings (Atlantic European, Baltic-Urals, and Caucasus-Anatolian) and neighboring parts of the world (such as the North African, Arabian, and Siberian regions).


    Populations


    1) Atlantic European

    2)Baltic‐Urals

    3) Caucasus‐Anatolian

    4) North African

    5) Arabian

    6) Pakistani‐Indus

    7) West African

    8) South India

    9) Mongolian

    10) Siberian

    11) Arctic

    12) Other


    Table listing regional genetic contributions to European and neighboring populations based on the world regions currently identified by DNA Tribes® SNP analysis.


    Adyghe (North Caucasus) [1] 0.0% [2] 4.7% [3] 86.5% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 6.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 1.8% [10] 0.9% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Algeria [1] 2.9% [2] 0.0% [3] 0.0% [4] 85.5% [5] 10.4% [6] 0.8% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.2% [12] 0.3%

    Armenian [1] 0.0% [2] 0.0% [3] 94.6% [4] 0.0% [5] 5.4% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Balkan Slavs (Other) [1] 71.4% [2] 4.1% [3] 14.1% [4] 1.4% [5] 8.7% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.4%

    Basque France [1] 93.5% [2] 0.0% [3] 0.0% [4] 3.9% [5] 2.5% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Belarus [1] 33.3% [2] 63.3% [3] 3.3% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Bergamo Italy [1] 71.3% [2] 0.0% [3] 17.4% [4] 1.5% [5] 9.8% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Chuvash [1] 0.0% [2] 73.6% [3] 1.0% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 5.7% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 8.7% [10] 7.2% [11] 2.9% [12] 0.9%

    Cyprus [1] 0.0% [2] 0.0% [3] 72.4% [4] 0.0% [5] 27.6% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Dargin (Urkarah, Dagestan) [1] 0.0% [2] 11.9% [3] 73.3% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 14.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.9%

    Egypt (Sample 2) [1] 0.0% [2] 0.0% [3] 14.9% [4] 9.3% [5] 73.1% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.6% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 2.1%

    Finland [1] 7.8% [2] 92.2% [3] 0.0% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    France [1] 95.4% [2] 0.0% [3] 0.0% [4] 0.0% [5] 4.6% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Great Britain (England and Scotland) [1] 97.2% [2] 2.7% [3] 0.0% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.1%

    Greece [1] 51.8% [2] 0.0% [3] 36.5% [4] 0.0% [5] 11.8% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Hungary [1] 83.1% [2] 10.2% [3] 2.3% [4] 0.0% [5] 1.0% [6] 3.1% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.3%

    Iran [1] 0.0% [2] 0.0% [3] 70.9% [4] 0.0% [5] 9.4% [6] 18.2% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 1.4%

    Ireland [1] 99.9% [2] 0.0% [3] 0.0% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.1%

    Kumyk (Stalskoe, Daghestan) [1] 0.0% [2] 0.0% [3] 90.7% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 4.7% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.3% [10] 0.0% [11] 1.6% [12] 2.6%

    Kurdish [1] 0.0% [2] 0.0% [3] 87.6% [4] 0.0% [5] 1.4% [6] 11.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Lebanon [1] 0.0% [2] 0.0% [3] 53.4% [4] 3.0% [5] 39.5% [6] 3.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 1.1%

    Lezgin (Caucasus) [1] 0.0% [2] 6.6% [3] 79.8% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 13.4% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.2%

    Libya [1] 0.0% [2] 0.0% [3] 0.0% [4] 18.4% [5] 78.4% [6] 0.0% [7] 3.2% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Lithuania [1] 9.9% [2] 90.1% [3] 0.0% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Makrani (Pakistan) [1] 0.0% [2] 0.0% [3] 25.0% [4] 0.0% [5] 1.5% [6] 68.5% [7] 2.8% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 2.2%

    Netherlands [1] 91.4% [2] 8.0% [3] 0.0% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.4% [12] 0.2%

    North Morocco [1] 12.8% [2] 0.0% [3] 4.9% [4] 77.0% [5] 5.4% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Orkney Islands [1] 90.0% [2] 8.3% [3]0.0% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 1.7% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Portugal [1] 78.1% [2] 0.0% [3]0.0% [4] 13.3% [5] 8.1% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.6%

    Romania [1] 63.8% [2] 1.1% [3] 23.1% [4] 0.0% [5] 7.0% [6] 2.1% [7] 0.0% [8] 1.5% [9] 1.1% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.1% [12] 0.3%

    Russia [1] 4.2% [2] 90.7% [3] 2.3% [4] 0.0% [5] 2.9% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Sardinia [1] 69.9% [2] 0.0% [3] 0.0% [4] 8.0% [5] 22.0% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Scandinavia [1] 91.6% [2] 6.1% [3] 0.0% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 1.6% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.7%

    Slovenia [1] 82.6% [2] 14.6% [3] 1.8% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 1.1% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Southern Italy and Sicily [1] 37.0% [2] 0.0% [3] 35.6% [4] 2.9% [5] 24.5% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Spain [1] 85.5% [2] 0.0% [3] 0.0% [4] 6.5% [5] 8.1% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Tunisia [1] 8.5% [2] 0.0% [3] 5.3% [4] 82.0% [5] 4.2% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Turkey [1] 0.0% [2] 0.0% [3] 87.2% [4] 0.0% [5] 4.9% [6] 3.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 3.3% [10] 0.9% [11] 0.4% [12] 0.3%

    Tuscany Italy [1] 58.9% [2] 0.0% [3] 24.2% [4] 0.0% [5] 16.8% [6] 0.0% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Ukrainians (mixed) [1] 67.9% [2] 28.4% [3] 0.6% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 3.1% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 0.0% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.0%

    Uzbek (Central Asia) [1] 5.5% [2] 10.9% [3] 19.7% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 23.7% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 17.5% [10] 5.2% [11] 2.1% [12] 15.3%

    Vologda Russia [1] 0.0% [2] 95.3% [3] 0.0% [4] 0.0% [5] 0.0% [6] 3.1% [7] 0.0% [8] 0.0% [9] 0.0% [10] 1.2% [11] 0.0% [12] 0.4%

    http://www.dnatribes.com/dnatribes-d...2011-08-01.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roderic View Post
    Mixture analysis of European populations based on genetic regions identified by DNA Tribes® SNP as of August 2011.
    DNA Tribes isn't very accurate. Those figures seemed a little off, to say the least -- no West African in either Spaniards or Portuguese? No Siberian in Finns, but present in Scandinavians? Nothing more Eastern than 'Baltic-Ural' in Russians? If they can't even detect SSA in Iberians, then they need to revise their measures.

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