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    Interpreting Asia South Percentage

    I received 2% Asia South on AncestryDNA. I am trying to interpret this percentage in light of my other results:

    FTDNA myOrigins 2.0 - <2% Central Asia
    DNA Land - 1% Kalash
    GenePlaza K29 Admixture - 3.4% Turkmen (I believe the K25 Admixture put me at 2% Indian)
    Eurogenes K13 - 1.38 South Asia
    Eurogenes K36 - 0.74 Central Asian, 0 South Asian
    MDLP World - 1.41 Indian
    HarappaWorld - 0.67 S-Indian

    Both of my parents tested with AncestryDNA and neither of them received Asia South (although my Dad was a surprising 5% Caucasus). My known paper trail is approximately 65% British Isles, 33% Germany, France, and Switzerland, and 2% Native American. I am trying to determine if I should interpet my Asian percentages as indicative of possible Roma ancestry, a possible connection to British India, or just plain noise. Any thoughts on this are greatly appreciated!
    Last edited by Scott; 12-19-2017 at 01:43 AM.

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