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J Man
08-12-2013, 12:04 AM
Here are my mother's autosomal results from GEDmatch, 23andme and McDonald. As far as I know she is of 100% Irish/British Isles ancestry. Everything seems to indicate this as well except for the large East Asian segment on one of her X-chromosomes from McDonald's analysis. I asked him about it and McDonald said it is definitely large enough to be real and is not noise. The strange thing is that her X-chromosome results at 23andme on Ancestry Composition show no East Asian at all. I wonder if the East Asian on her X-chromosome on McDonald's analysis is real or not then?


MDLP World-22:

Population
Pygmy -
West-Asian 6.34%
North-European-Mesolithic 4.52%
Indo-Tibetan -
Mesoamerican -
Arctic-Amerind 0.05%
South-America_Amerind -
Indian -
North-Siberean -
Atlantic_Mediterranean_Neolithic 35.08%
Samoedic 0.81%
Indo-Iranian 2.57%
East-Siberean -
North-East-European 49.27%
South-African 0.06%
North-Amerind 0.84%
Sub-Saharian -
East-South-Asian -
Near_East -
Melanesian -
Paleo-Siberian -
Austronesian 0.40%


Eurogenes EUtest:

Population
SOUTH_BALTIC 11.20%
EAST_EURO 15.25%
NORTH-CENTRAL_EURO 26.94%
ATLANTIC 27.91%
WEST_MED 11.19%
EAST_MED 1.83%
WEST_ASIAN 5.40%
MIDDLE_EASTERN -
SOUTH_ASIAN -
EAST_AFRICAN 0.27%
EAST_ASIAN -
SIBERIAN -
WEST_AFRICAN -


Eurogenes Jtest:


Population
SOUTH_BALTIC 11.13%
EAST_EURO 15.02%
NORTH-CENTRAL_EURO 26.70%
ATLANTIC 27.44%
WEST_MED 10.72%
ASHKENAZI 3.31%
EAST_MED 0.62%
WEST_ASIAN 4.83%
MIDDLE_EASTERN -
SOUTH_ASIAN -
EAST_AFRICAN 0.23%
EAST_ASIAN -
SIBERIAN -
WEST_AFRICAN -


Dodecad V3:

Population
East_European 12.84%
West_European 52.98%
Mediterranean 24.66%
Neo_African -
West_Asian 8.82%
South_Asian -
Northeast_Asian 0.42%
Southeast_Asian -
East_African 0.19%
Southwest_Asian 0.08%
Northwest_African -
Palaeo_African -


Dodecad K12b:

Population
Gedrosia 9.48%
Siberian 0.44%
Northwest_African -
Southeast_Asian -
Atlantic_Med 39.24%
North_European 44.18%
South_Asian -
East_African 0.18%
Southwest_Asian -
East_Asian -
Caucasus 6.48%
Sub_Saharan -


HarappaWorld:

Population
S-Indian -
Baloch 10.58%
Caucasian 6.40%
NE-Euro 50.16%
SE-Asian -
Siberian -
NE-Asian -
Papuan 0.50%
American 0.55%
Beringian -
Mediterranean 31.67%
SW-Asian -
San -
E-African 0.15%
Pygmy -
W-African -



23andme Ancestry Composition:

Speculative Estimate

99.8% European

Northern European
73.8% British and Irish
10.5% French and German
0.5% Finnish
12.4% Nonspecific Northern European

Southern European
1.1% Nonspecific Southern European

1.4 Nonspecific European

0.1% Middle Eastern and North African
0.1% North African
<0.1% Nonspecific Middle Eastern and North African

0.1% Unassigned



Standard Estimate

99.6% European

Northern European
35.9% British and Irish
3.0% French and German
0.5% Finnish
53.4% Nonspecific Northern European

6.9% Nonspecific European

0.1% Middle Eastern and North African
0.1% North African

0.3% Unassigned


Conservative Estimate

98.9% European

Northern European
7.8% British and Irish
0.5% Finnish
61.9% Nonspecific Northern European

28.7% Nonspecific European

1.1% Unassigned



McDonald:

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Most likely fit is 100% English (Western Europe)

which is 100% total Europe

The location error = 0.007214 with 1 group



The following are possible populations,

most likely at the top:



The following are possible population sets and their fractions,

most likely at the top

English= 1.000



And that about it.



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Scarlet Ibis
08-12-2013, 04:55 AM
The strange thing is that her X-chromosome results at 23andme on Ancestry Composition show no East Asian at all. I wonder if the East Asian on her X-chromosome on McDonald's analysis is real or not then?


That does seem strange. How long have her ancestors been in the US?

J Man
08-12-2013, 01:45 PM
That does seem strange. How long have her ancestors been in the US?

Well on her father's side our ancestors have been in Canada since the early 1800s at the very earliest I believe. I have found no trace of Native ancestry in any paper trail work and I have looked.

Scarlet Ibis
08-12-2013, 09:30 PM
Oops, I meant Canada, not the US. 1:00am (almost) brain lapse. :doh:

J Man
08-13-2013, 04:07 AM
^No problem lol.