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miarosie
12-09-2019, 07:38 PM
Here is my MDLP World 22 results


North-East European 40.2
Atlantic Mediterranean Neolithic 25.97
West Asian 12.82
Near East 8.79
Samoedic 3.74
North European Mesolithic 2.53
Melanesian 1.76
Sub Saharian 1.01
Austronesian 1.01
South African 0.87
Indian 0.81
Indo Iranian 0.81
Pygmy 0.25




Single population

Macedonian 7.64
Bulgarian 8.14
Serbian 9.14
Gagauz 9.14
Montenegrin 9.26
Romania 9.86
Bosnian 10.43
Croatian 12.26
Hungarian 12.44
German South 13.78
Austrian 13.78
German V 13.87
German 14.5
Swiss 14.62
Slovenian 14.91
Croatian 15.18
CEU_V 15.53
Italian North 15.87
Ashkenazim 16.44

Mixed Mode

53% Mordovian
51% Mordovian
50% Italian Center
76% Bulgarian
76% Bulgarian
75% German
74% Gaguaz
58% Greek South
75% German
61% Ashkenazi
60% Greek
76% German
76% German
58% Greek
67% Gaguaz
76% German
82% Macedonia
82% Macedonia
55% Greek
60% Greek

Secondary population:

47% Sicilian
48% Italian
49% Mordovian
23% Komi
24% Chuvash
24% Syrian
25% Komi
41% Mordovian
26% Lebanese
38% Mordovian
39% Russian
23% Druze
23% Iraqi
47% Mordovian
33% Tatar Kryashen
23% Jordanian
17% Mari
17% Udmurd
44% Russian
39% Russian

And here are my DNA Land results:

55% Northwestern European
15% Balkan
11% Egyptian
8.7% Ashkenazi Jew
4% Central Indoeuropean
3% North Slavic
1.1% South European

Would you say they are consistent?

mzg139
01-31-2020, 08:04 PM
I don't know how big their reference population is but I'm skeptical of DNA land. They show me as 11% Askenhazi while FTDNA shows me at 0%, My Heritage at 4%, GEDmatch at 5%. I do not have any jewish ancestry, I think their algorithm cannot differentiate between southeasten european and jewish.

btree
06-12-2020, 09:40 AM
I don't know how big their reference population is but I'm skeptical of DNA land. They show me as 11% Askenhazi while FTDNA shows me at 0%, My Heritage at 4%, GEDmatch at 5%. I do not have any jewish ancestry, I think their algorithm cannot differentiate between southeasten european and jewish.

DNA.land seems very rough around the edges. It goes against my known ancestry but when it comes to generalizations, it's okay. I have very little Finnish (23andme gives me less than 1%), but I have 26% on Dna land. I also have known German and Ashkenazim ancestry but that doesn't show up either.

Melissay122
06-13-2020, 01:21 PM
I don't know how big their reference population is but I'm skeptical of DNA land. They show me as 11% Askenhazi while FTDNA shows me at 0%, My Heritage at 4%, GEDmatch at 5%. I do not have any jewish ancestry, I think their algorithm cannot differentiate between southeasten european and jewish.

Hey, I am new to this forum and genetics/genealogy in general. (I'm usually over at FT DNA forums but this forum seems more active). If I may, I wanted to mention my dna.land results. For me DNA.land DID differentiate between SE Euro and Ashkenazi. DNA.land gave me 9.7% Ashkenazi and I checked it against ged match's Jtest and got 4% (I tried to upload visuals but they arn't showing up in my post here, sorry) However, point is DNA.land gave me 31% South European and broke it down further by outlining Balkan and South Central Euro as well. I should mention FT DNA gave me 0% Ashkenazi. I am waiting on Results from 23 and me and Ancestry to see if they catch any Ashkenazi or not. (hopefully this will help validate some Jewish ancestry or not). To put this in a little more context, I also have a fair amount of Ukrainian and Polish (Galicia)/Lithuanian ancestry. My Mother has speculated some Jewish Ancestry but we aren't positive....The town my great grandmother is from had a large Jewish Community (town of Pidhaitsi (Ukrainian: Підгайці, Pidhajci, Polish: Podhajce), My G grandmother's surname is one of the names that could be either Jewish or just slavic so I am still in the middle of researching this

I am not sure if DNA.land is flagging me with Ashkenazi because my Mom's side is from areas that at the time had a high Jewish population and therefor have some genetic similarities, or if this ethinic % is close to accurate. I have heard that DNA.land is not the best, however, aside from the Ashkenazi, everything else they listed matches up to my ancestry paper trails and/or family oral history pretty good.

I just wanted to mention all this in case any of it is useful. :)

Melissay122
06-13-2020, 01:24 PM
37983 Sorry here is my DNA.land results from the other post !So sorry to the other poster , you said South East Euro, my mistake. In that case , you are probably correct lol. ☺️