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Taqi_G
08-20-2018, 08:27 PM
Hi

I have tried to post a question like this in a another subsection but I will try here as well. I'm relatively new to this forum.
My family claims persian and arab ancestry, but we are punjabis from Pakistan. I want some clarification of my results and I am also very confused about what testing company or gedmatch calculator I should trust. I hope somebody can help me.

Ancestry dna:

South asia 96%

East asia 2%

Melanesia <1%

Native American <1%


Myheritage:

South asia 83,9%

West asia 3,7%

Scandinavian 6,2%

Finnish 2,7%

Ashkenazi Jew 2,3%

Central America 1,2%


Gedmatch HarappaWorld results:

Population
S-Indian 34.93
Baloch 37.36
Caucasian 12.81
NE-Euro 6.86
SE-Asian 0.80
Siberian 0.61
NE-Asian 0.49
Papuan 0.28
American 1.63
Beringian 0.83
Mediterranean 1.57
SW-Asian 1.84
San -
E-African -
Pygmy -
W-African -

Dna land results

West Eurasian 100%
Central Asian 52%
Indo-Iranian 25%
Indus Valley 24%
Kalash 2.7%
South Asian 41%
Dravidian 40%
Gujarati 1.1%
Northeast European 5%
Finnish 3.2%
North Slavic 1.7%
Ambiguous 2.1%


Geneplaza k29 admixture calculator:

Indian 50.2%
South Central Asian 25.9%

CENTRAL ASIAN 12.5%
Bashkirs 12.5%

WEST ASIAN 10.9%
West Asian 10.9%

SIBERIAN & AMERINDIAN 5%
NATIVE AMERICAN 5%
Central Amerindian 0.5%

Geneplaza ancestry calculator:

Central Asian 49.3%
Altaian, Kalmyk, Tuvinian and Yakut in Russia

South Asian 41.5%
Gujarati Indian from Gujarat (expat in Houston TX); Bengali in Bangladesh; Sri Lankan Tamil from Sri Lanka (expat in the UK) and Indian Telugu from Southern India (expat in the UK)

North Slavic 5.3%
Belarusian in Belarus; Estonian in Estonia; Lithuanian in Lithuania; Mordovian and Russian in Russia and Ukrainian in (East) Ukraine

Ambiguous 2,3%


Familytreedna results:

South America < 1%
Central/South Asian 95%
Central Asia 91%
South Central Asia 4%
Southeast Asia < 1%
European 4%
Southeast Europe 4%

Ancient populations:
Metal age invader: 63%
Farmer: 19%
Non-european: 18%

FGC Corp
08-23-2018, 10:20 PM
Hi

I have tried to post a question like this in a another subsection but I will try here as well. I'm relatively new to this forum.
My family claims persian and arab ancestry, but we are punjabis from Pakistan. I want some clarification of my results and I am also very confused about what testing company or gedmatch calculator I should trust. I hope somebody can help me.

Ancestry dna:

South asia 96%

East asia 2%

Melanesia <1%

Native American <1%


Myheritage:

South asia 83,9%

West asia 3,7%

Scandinavian 6,2%

Finnish 2,7%

Ashkenazi Jew 2,3%

Central America 1,2%


Gedmatch HarappaWorld results:

Population
S-Indian 34.93
Baloch 37.36
Caucasian 12.81
NE-Euro 6.86
SE-Asian 0.80
Siberian 0.61
NE-Asian 0.49
Papuan 0.28
American 1.63
Beringian 0.83
Mediterranean 1.57
SW-Asian 1.84
San -
E-African -
Pygmy -
W-African -

Dna land results

West Eurasian 100%
Central Asian 52%
Indo-Iranian 25%
Indus Valley 24%
Kalash 2.7%
South Asian 41%
Dravidian 40%
Gujarati 1.1%
Northeast European 5%
Finnish 3.2%
North Slavic 1.7%
Ambiguous 2.1%


Geneplaza k29 admixture calculator:

Indian 50.2%
South Central Asian 25.9%

CENTRAL ASIAN 12.5%
Bashkirs 12.5%

WEST ASIAN 10.9%
West Asian 10.9%

SIBERIAN & AMERINDIAN 5%
NATIVE AMERICAN 5%
Central Amerindian 0.5%

Geneplaza ancestry calculator:

Central Asian 49.3%
Altaian, Kalmyk, Tuvinian and Yakut in Russia

South Asian 41.5%
Gujarati Indian from Gujarat (expat in Houston TX); Bengali in Bangladesh; Sri Lankan Tamil from Sri Lanka (expat in the UK) and Indian Telugu from Southern India (expat in the UK)

North Slavic 5.3%
Belarusian in Belarus; Estonian in Estonia; Lithuanian in Lithuania; Mordovian and Russian in Russia and Ukrainian in (East) Ukraine

Ambiguous 2,3%


Familytreedna results:

South America < 1%
Central/South Asian 95%
Central Asia 91%
South Central Asia 4%
Southeast Asia < 1%
European 4%
Southeast Europe 4%

Ancient populations:
Metal age invader: 63%
Farmer: 19%
Non-european: 18%

Based on your known ancestry, I would focus on the Ancestry DNA results. Any results that show South American, Jewish, or Native American, or European indicates a calculator that is not optimized for Pakistanis.

Note of course I am speaking as a representative for Full Genomes Corporation, but my recommendation is based on my experience with these tests over a number of years.