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rwithro1
07-12-2017, 05:13 PM
23andme results: 48.6% British and Irish, 13.6% French and German, 5.7% Scandinavian, 28.0% Broadly Northwestern European, 1.3% Broadly Southern European, 2.8% Broadly European.


Eurogenes EUtest V2 K15 Oracle results:
Admix Results (sorted):
# Population Percent
1 North_Sea 29.91
2 Atlantic 27.3
3 Baltic 14.12
4 West_Med 9.21
5 West_Asian 7.36
6 Eastern_Euro 6.82
7 East_Med 3.67
8 Sub-Saharan 1
9 Amerindian 0.32
10 South_Asian 0.29


Single Population Sharing:
# Population (source) Distance
1 South_Dutch 5.16
2 North_German 5.37
3 Southwest_English 7.52
4 Southeast_English 7.59
5 West_German 7.75
6 Irish 8.28
7 North_Dutch 8.34
8 Danish 8.49
9 East_German 8.95
10 French 9.12
11 West_Scottish 9.28
12 Orcadian 10.74
13 Swedish 11.42
14 Norwegian 11.43
15 Austrian 11.47
16 Hungarian 12.76
17 West_Norwegian 13
18 North_Swedish 13.41
19 Southwest_Finnish 15.01
20 Spanish_Cataluna 15.78

Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

# Primary Population (source)
1 73.7% Irish + 26.3%
2 70.9% Irish + 29.1%
3 83% North_German + 17%
4 83.9% North_German + 16.1%
5 91.8% North_German + 8.2%
6 86% North_German + 14%
7 80.7% North_German + 19.3%
8 79.7% North_German + 20.3%
9 83.2% North_German + 16.8%
10 88.1% North_German + 11.9%
11 83.9% North_German + 16.1%
12 90.1% North_German + 9.9%
13 71.5% West_Scottish + 28.5%
14 81.9% North_German + 18.1%
15 82.9% North_German + 17.1%
16 83.3% North_German + 16.7%
17 83% North_German + 17%
18 83.3% North_German + 16.7%
19 88.5% North_German + 11.5%
20 85.2% North_German

Just wondering the best way to interpret this data!

I also had the confusing experience of MyHeritage interpreting my Broadly Northwestern European as Italian...and lumping my french/german into english?

MyHeritage: English 61.4%, Finnish 5.6%, Scandinavian 1.2%, Italian 31.8%

greerpalmer
07-12-2017, 06:11 PM
Since you have what appears to be more than 3 origins, it may be best to try the "oracle 4" feature to see. As you may be able to tell the Broadly Northwestern European is hard to pin down. Typically it's believed to be German.

rwithro1
07-13-2017, 01:58 PM
Interesting!

Using 3 populations approximation:
1 50% Irish +25% North_German +25% Romanian 3.852419

This was the four population result:
1 Bulgarian + Irish + Irish + Irish 3.658101
2 Bulgarian + Irish + Irish + North_German 3.745958
3 Irish + Irish + North_German + Romanian 3.852419
4 Bulgarian + Irish + Irish + Southwest_English 3.874292
5 Bulgarian + Irish + Irish + Southeast_English 3.893638
6 Bulgarian + Irish + Irish + North_Dutch 3.906591
7 Bulgarian + Irish + Irish + West_Scottish 3.927291
8 Irish + North_German + Romanian + Southwest_English 3.947024
9 Irish + Irish + Irish + Romanian 3.950355
10 Bulgarian + Irish + North_German + West_Scottish 3.964787
11 Irish + Irish + Romanian + Southwest_English 3.992887
12 Bulgarian + Irish + North_German + Orcadian 4.007908
13 Irish + North_German + Romanian + Southeast_English 4.013071
14 Bulgarian + Irish + North_German + Southwest_English 4.016354
15 Bulgarian + Irish + North_German + Southeast_English 4.031161
16 Irish + Irish + Romanian + Southeast_English 4.068450
17 Bulgarian + Irish + Irish + Orcadian 4.102759
18 Bulgarian + Irish + Southwest_English + West_Scottish 4.115540
19 Irish + North_German + Romanian + West_Scottish 4.123624
20 Bulgarian + Irish + North_Dutch + Southeast_English 4.135105

greerpalmer
07-13-2017, 03:23 PM
These look very similar to my result. I'm close either 50% German and 23% English/Scottish, 22% Irish/Scottish or 40% English, 30% German and 30% Irish with distance Dutch, Swiss, Luxembourg and French lines on paper. I've always assumed the Balkan/Southern European influence comes up through Serbia>Slovenia>Hungary into Germany, or conversely through Switzerland/France from Spain and Italy.