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    My paternal grandparents nMonte models based on PCA

    I received my paternal grandparents PCA results this morning and thought I share some nMonte models. You can learn more about the PCA here:
    http://eurogenes.blogspot.de/2018/01...7-ancient.html

    I received 3 sets of PCA plots and coordinates: West-Eurasia, Eurasia, and World. The following models are based on the Eurasia PCA.
    It's a work in progress, I don't have that much experience with modeling yet. Note that the choice of ancient samples for the models is limited by the sample set (67). Anyway, feedback is welcome.


    Late UP/Mesolithic + East-Eurasia

    grandpa:ID001
    [1] "distance%=2.3537 / distance=0.023537"

    Anatolia_N 38.75
    Satsurblia 35.85
    Nganasan 9.95
    Motala_HG 8.45
    Dai 6.30
    Paniya 0.50
    Kotias 0.15
    Papuan 0.05
    Bichon 0.00


    grandma:ID001
    [1] "distance%=3.1752 / distance=0.031752"

    Kotias 40.50
    Anatolia_N 39.80
    Nganasan 9.50
    Dai 4.70
    Motala_HG 3.35
    Paniya 2.15
    Bichon 0.00


    West-Asian late UP + BA-IA Steppe + East-Eurasia

    grandpa:ID001
    [1] "distance%=1.1664 / distance=0.011664"

    Anatolia_N 39.90
    Satsurblia 25.30
    Altai_IA 24.55
    Yamnaya_Kalmykia 5.00
    Nganassan 2.75
    Dai 2.30
    Papuan 0.20
    Afanasievo 0.00


    grandma:ID001
    [1] "distance%=2.2344 / distance=0.022344"

    Anatolia_N 38.95
    Satsurblia 33.10
    Altai_IA 24.80
    Nganassan 2.40
    Dai 0.40
    Paniya 0.35
    Afanasievo 0.00



    Modern: South Balkan, South Caucasus, Assyrian, Cyprus + various Turkic

    grandpa:ID001
    [1] "distance%=0.6069 / distance=0.006069"

    Cypriot 29.6
    Georgian 25.1
    Bashkir 19.8
    Kazakh 12.9
    Greek 11.9
    Papuan 0.7
    Armenian 0.0


    grandma:ID001
    [1] "distance%=0.5384 / distance=0.005384"

    Armenian_Martuni 35.2
    Kazakh 17.6
    Georgian 10.8
    Armenian_Dprabak 10.0
    Bashkir 9.2
    Greek 8.7
    Cypriot 8.5
    Armenian 0.0

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    do they have the same geographical origin, same village, are they relatives etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eolien View Post
    do they have the same geographical origin, same village, are they relatives etc?
    Not at all. My paternal grandpa is a native from Sakarya, which are called Manav. My grandma is from Giresun.

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    Does Davidski charge for this test?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jortita View Post
    Does Davidski charge for this test?
    Yes, he did. But I'm not sure that he is offering it as a "mass product", given that he is not officially advertising it to users. So, I don't wanna provide false information. Just write him an email if you are interested: [email protected].

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    Did you get also their position in PCA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eolien View Post
    Did you get also their position in PCA?
    As I stated in the opening post, I received 3 sets of PCA plots (PDFs) and coordinates (text files). I suppose you are referring to the coordinates? Without coordinates modelling wouldn't be possible.

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    what i meant was whether you can share your part of PCA plots. The pdf files on eurogenes blog are too big

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    Quote Originally Posted by eolien View Post
    what i meant was whether you can share your part of PCA plots. The pdf files on eurogenes blog are too big
    OK, I see. Well, the PDFs I received are equally big, you need to use the search function to find them on the plots. I'll create some PCAs later, where I'm included too, and post them here.

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    So, as promised, here are some plots:

    This is a West-Eurasian plot, me and my grandparents are the black filled squares. I cluster with the central Anatolian Turks (violet empty squares), whereas my grandparents cluster with North-Caucasians:





    And this a World plot, incl. a zoom-in. Me and my grandparents are the crimson filled squares. I cluster again with the central Anatolian Turks (same color as before), whereas my grandparents pull towards Central-Asia:




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