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    Viking Age CTS10228 samples:

    SampleID mtDNA haplogroups Haplogroup quality score Found mtDNA Polymorphisms Sex Y chromosomal haplogroups Country Region Group Age group Latitude Longitude
    VK53 HV9b 0.8803 263G 750G 1438G 2706G 4769G 7028T 8860G 8994A 15326G 16249C 16311C Male I2a1a2b1a1 Sweden Europe Gotland.SG_VA VikingAge 57.63 18.28
    VK542 H5a2a 1 263G 456T 750G 1438G 3310T 4336C 4769G 5839T 8860G 15326G 16304C Male I2a1a2b1a1a Ukraine Europe Ukraine.SG_VA VikingAge 51.49 31.31




    https://www.dropbox.com/s/zn4rrzwtjp...a1a2b.png?dl=0
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    Sample UK
    "British-like"/"North Atlantic"
    Denmark
    "Danish-like"
    Sweden
    "Swedish-like"
    Norway
    "Norwegian-like"
    Poland
    "Polish-like"
    Italy
    "Southern European-like"
    Finland
    "Finnish-like"
    VK53 0.066 0.002 0.004 0.018 0.635 0.068 0.207
    VK542 0.023 0.004 0.004 0.001 0.711 0.246 0.01


    Both are Polish-like.
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    VK542 is :

    1234 Chernihiv city, Chernihiv oblast (region), Ukraine
    1235 Relevance for the Vikings: Rurik dynasty.
    1236 Gleb Svyatoslavich, «Gleb, son of Sviatoslav» (in Ukrainian and Russian languages endings -ovych,
    1237 -evych after the name have a meaning «son of») was the 11th century prince of Tmutarakan/Novgorod,
    1238 aged 25-35 according to anthropologist analysis.
    1239 Sources of information: Skull was found in 1967 in a tomb (stone sarcophagus) near the Saviour’s
    1240 Chernihiv cathedral (Fig. S1.3). It was an accident finding during construction works on the territory
    1241 of State historical and cultural reserve «Chernihiv Starodavniy» (Ancient Chernihiv).


    1247 Prior to the date of finding there was no institution in Chernihiv (USSR) which could professionally
    1248 make all the archeological data and stratigraphy. Therefore, there are no archeological reports of these
    1249 findings in archives. The skull was sent to Moscow and returned back in a wooden box. For many
    1250 years, it laid in this box in the archives and was rediscovered for science only in 2016.
    1251 Coordinates: WGS84: 51° 29′ 20.45″ N, 31° 18′ 28″ E; 51.489014°, 31.307778°
    1252
    1253 Dating (archeological only): The sarcophagus was found in the backyard of the cathedral. The depth
    1254 of the upper plate of the sarcophagus is 1.9-2.0 meters from modern surface (Fig. S1.2). Stratigraphy
    1255 is slightly damaged by the later breach of the soil: water supply pipes are laid 0.2 m above the
    headboard of sarcophagus. Archeologists 1256 date it to 11th century.
    1257
    1258 Fig. S1.3: Saviour’s Chernihiv cathedral (11th century). Modern view of the cathedral and a backyard
    1259 where sarcophagus was found.
    1260
    1261 Anthropological data: aged 25-35 years, traces of sword wounds are preserved on the skull. All
    1262 anthropological measurements and indexes are in the article68.
    1263
    1264 Samples used for DNA analysis
    1265 VK542 Ukraine_Chernigov
     
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    Kopparsvik
    1782 A large number of graves dated to the Viking Age, 800-1150 AD, have been located at the coast of
    1783 the Swedish island of Gotland which has always held an important geographic central position as an
    1784 island in the Baltic Sea. Archaeological finds show artefacts that are not locally manufactured on the
    1785 island, from as early as the Stone Age, 7000-1800 AD, when the island was visited by foreign peoples
    1786 who brought their own merchandise. The Viking Age was a very intense historical period for Gotland.
    1787 Archaeological finds such as jewelry and coins, mainly manufactured by silver, but also gold, show
    1788 traces of trade and exchange contacts with countries mainly from the east, south, and west. Valuable
    1789 shiploads also contributed to commotion. Perhaps visiting merchants who never returned home may
    1790 have been buried on the island, and Gotlandic merchants may never have returned home from their
    1791 travels.
    1792 One of the larger grave fields along the coast, just south of the Visby harbour, is Kopparsvik, Visby
    1793 76:1, (The Swedish History Museum in Stockholm SHM 16098, and Gotland’s Museum Invnr.
    1794 GFC12675). An area that due to several forms of exploitations has been excavated a number of times
    1795 under Oscar Vilhelm Wennersten, during the years 1917 and 1918, Greta Arwidsson in 1956, Erik
    1796 Nylén in 1963 and Hilkka Pettersson during the period of 1964-1966. The grave field, that has been
    1797 fully excavated, is estimated to have been approximately 120 x 60m and divided into two areas, a
    1798 northern and a southern region (Fig. S1.6). Skeletal remains and archaeological artefacts have been
    1799 collected from 330 excavated and examined graves. It has, based on the approximately 1000
    1800 archaeological artefacts, been possible to date the grave field to 900-1050 AD. The archaeological
    1801 artefacts illustrate both Gotlandic manufacturing and traces of long distance trade. Several papers of
    1802 the archaeological studies e.g. by Pettersson86, Westholm87 and Toplak88 as well as osteological
    1803 examinations by Arcini89,90 have been written about Kopparsvik.
    1804 Out of the approximately 330 graves excavated at the Kopparsvik grave field in the 1900's, 174 have
    1805 been handpicked for an osteological analysis between the years 2013 to 2015, in the research project
    1806 Vikingatida Fröjel and Kopparsvik- hälsa, gravläggning och härkomst (Andersson 2015 unpubl.) at
    1807 Uppsala University Campus Gotland.
    1808 No archaeological trace of settlements has been found in the vicinity of Kopparsvik, and the
    environment does not allow for farming. Kopparsvik has, therefore, been 1809 interpreted as a place of
    1810 commerce. In correlation to a research project concerning health in archaeological skeletal materials
    1811 isotopic investigations were performed on fifteen handpicked individuals from Kopparsvik, at the
    1812 Archaeological Research Laboratory, Stockholm University. The measuring of coal and nitrogen
    1813 isotopes allowed us an insight of how the diet of the Kopparsvik population may have looked. Were
    1814 they fishermen who lived mainly on a marine diet, such as fish and seal, or were they farmers who
    1815 consumed terrestrial diet, such as cattle, sheep, pigs, or terrestrial wildlife. The isotopic analysis
    1816 results showed an exclusively terrestrial diet (oral report from Professor Kerstin Lidén, Stockholm
    1817 University).
    1818 Before the DNA examination was performed, detailed dental documentation and dental x-ray was
    1819 performed. The dental examinations were performed at the Osteological laboratory, department of
    1820 Archaeology and Ancient History, Uppsala University Campus Gotland in cooperation with the
    1821 Department of Cardiology, Institute of Odontology, Sahlgrenska Academy at University of
    1822 Gothenburg. The dental x-ray examinations were performed at the dental practice
    1823 Tandläkarpraktiken, Adelsgatan in Visby.
    1824 The skeletal remains are generally very well preserved, which contributes to the good documentation
    1825 conditions for sex- and age assessments, stature estimations, and notes of pathological changes
    1826 (Andersson 2015 unpubl.).
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ter View Post
    VK542 is :

    1234 Chernihiv city, Chernihiv oblast (region), Ukraine
    1235 Relevance for the Vikings: Rurik dynasty.
    1236 Gleb Svyatoslavich, «Gleb, son of Sviatoslav» (in Ukrainian and Russian languages endings -ovych,
    1237 -evych after the name have a meaning «son of») was the 11th century prince of Tmutarakan/Novgorod,
    1238 aged 25-35 according to anthropologist analysis.
    1239 Sources of information: Skull was found in 1967 in a tomb (stone sarcophagus) near the Saviour’s
    1240 Chernihiv cathedral (Fig. S1.3). It was an accident finding during construction works on the territory
    1241 of State historical and cultural reserve «Chernihiv Starodavniy» (Ancient Chernihiv).


    1247 Prior to the date of finding there was no institution in Chernihiv (USSR) which could professionally
    1248 make all the archeological data and stratigraphy. Therefore, there are no archeological reports of these
    1249 findings in archives. The skull was sent to Moscow and returned back in a wooden box. For many
    1250 years, it laid in this box in the archives and was rediscovered for science only in 2016.
    1251 Coordinates: WGS84: 51° 29′ 20.45″ N, 31° 18′ 28″ E; 51.489014°, 31.307778°
    1252
    1253 Dating (archeological only): The sarcophagus was found in the backyard of the cathedral. The depth
    1254 of the upper plate of the sarcophagus is 1.9-2.0 meters from modern surface (Fig. S1.2). Stratigraphy
    1255 is slightly damaged by the later breach of the soil: water supply pipes are laid 0.2 m above the
    headboard of sarcophagus. Archeologists 1256 date it to 11th century.
    1257
    1258 Fig. S1.3: Saviour’s Chernihiv cathedral (11th century). Modern view of the cathedral and a backyard
    1259 where sarcophagus was found.
    1260
    1261 Anthropological data: aged 25-35 years, traces of sword wounds are preserved on the skull. All
    1262 anthropological measurements and indexes are in the article68.
    1263
    1264 Samples used for DNA analysis
    1265 VK542 Ukraine_Chernigov
    That's very cool. I have two questions:

    Is this the subclade of I2 that's the most prevalent in West Balkans?
    If this Gleb dude was a direct descendant of Rurik, so much for the N1c theory then and Rurik being of Swedish decent?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oz View Post
    That's very cool. I have two questions:

    Is this the subclade of I2 that's the most prevalent in West Balkans?
    If this Gleb dude was a direct descendant of Rurik, so much for the N1c theory then and Rurik being of Swedish decent?
    We know only that VK53 and VK542 are I2a-Din, but are they Din-South or Din-North is unknown.
    Different supposed descendants of Rurik have different haplogroups. There in the course of history probably happened some adoption or out of wedlock events.
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ter View Post
    We know only that VK53 and VK542 are I2a-Din, but are they Din-South or Din-North is unknown.
    Different supposed descendants of Rurik have different haplogroups. There in the course of history probably happened some adoption or out of wedlock events.
    Too bad apparently the raw data of these samples won't be released anytime soon so we can do admixture calculators with them, if you make them hopefully cuz I don't know how to do those, too much ADD and lazyness.
    It's been quite a while since you made a G25 calculator, why so?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oz View Post
    Too bad apparently the raw data of these samples won't be released anytime soon so we can do admixture calculators with them, if you make them hopefully cuz I don't know how to do those, too much ADD and lazyness.
    It's been quite a while since you made a G25 calculator, why so?
    When some interesting samples appear in G25 spreadsheet probably will do some calculator. For example at least some of these Vikings.
    Balkan Medieval and Roman samples would be great.

    Your I1 subgroup does not appear among Vikings? Where in Europe it is most frequent?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ter View Post
    When some interesting samples appear in G25 spreadsheet probably will do some calculator. For example at least some of these Vikings.
    Balkan Medieval and Roman samples would be great.

    Your I1 subgroup does not appear among Vikings? Where in Europe it is most frequent?
    Didn't David add some new samples from the new Scythian paper? Could be used in a new calculator or an updated one?

    My I1 haplogroup is ironically the most uncommon in modern Scandinavians so maybe Z63 still spread out from there but it migrated towards mainland Europe long before the Viking age. Or it was just simply more successful at leaving descendants outside of Scandinavia compared to the big two I1a1 and I1a2, who the hell knows it's all just speculations. So far ancient Z63 was confirmed in Italy Collegno and Poland Weilbark allegedly. Maybe Z63 might even be the most common in the Balkans out of all places... just based on observation of the Ftdna haplotree database which has a limited number of testers though, not enough to make any claims with absolute certainty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oz View Post
    Didn't David add some new samples from the new Scythian paper? Could be used in a new calculator or an updated one?

    My I1 haplogroup is ironically the most uncommon in modern Scandinavians so maybe Z63 still spread out from there but it migrated towards mainland Europe long before the Viking age. Or it was just simply more successful at leaving descendants outside of Scandinavia compared to the big two I1a1 and I1a2, who the hell knows it's all just speculations. So far ancient Z63 was confirmed in Italy Collegno and Poland Weilbark allegedly. Maybe Z63 might even be the most common in the Balkans out of all places... just based on observation of the Ftdna haplotree database which has a limited number of testers though, not enough to make any claims with absolute certainty.
    I did the last Balkan calculator with some new samples:
    Code:
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    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN:HRV_Early_IA:I3313,0.0116,0.0149,0.009,-0.005,0.0081,-0.0021,-0.0027,0.0031,0.0018,0.0159,0.0011,0.0078,-0.0142,-0.001,-0.0044,-0.0064,-0.005,0.0039,0.0044,-0.0114,-0.0015,0.0041,0.0012,0.0021,0.0028
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN:HRV_MBA:I4331,0.0113,0.0149,0.0075,-0.0023,0.0126,-0.0025,-0.003,-0.0026,0.0018,0.0154,0.0038,0.0069,-0.0118,-0.0026,-0.0056,0.0049,0.0062,-0.0024,0.0049,-0.0093,-0.0047,-0.0009,-0.0003,0.0032,-0.001
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN:HRV_MBA:I4332,0.0106,0.0145,0.0091,-0.0038,0.0125,0.0008,-0.0018,0.0005,0.0047,0.0176,-0.0037,0.0073,-0.0084,-0.0107,-0.0044,0.0081,0.0157,-0.0009,0.0006,-0.0088,-0.001,0.007,-0.0034,0.0017,-0.002
    GRECO-ROMAN:ITA_Collegno_MA_o1:CL25,0.0093,0.0149,-0.0078,-0.0164,0.0006,-0.0057,-0.0012,-0.002,0.0006,0.0091,0.004,0.0051,-0.0069,0.0031,-0.0032,-0.0032,0.0073,-0.0048,0.0089,0.0017,-0.0036,0.0076,0.0012,-0.0017,0
    GRECO-ROMAN:ITA_Collegno_MA_o1:CL30,0.01,0.0148,-0.007,-0.0176,0.0026,-0.0057,0.0025,0.0008,0.003,0.0084,0.0062,0.0004,-0.0032,0.0024,-0.0014,0.0001,0.0039,0.0022,0.0036,-0.001,-0.001,-0.0072,0.0081,-0.0021,-0.0027
    GRECO-ROMAN:ITA_Collegno_MA_o1:CL38,0.0089,0.0142,-0.005,-0.0172,0.0024,-0.0059,-0.0036,-0.0037,-0.0023,0.0079,0.0029,0.0064,-0.0067,-0.0041,-0.0105,0.0007,0.0081,0,-0.0018,0.001,0.0009,0.0051,-0.0017,0.0083,0.0067
    SLAVIC:HUN_Avar_Szolad:Av1,0.0117,0.013,0.0175,0.0153,0.0128,0.0088,0.0038,0.0038,0.0019,-0.0075,-0.0004,-0.0049,0.0056,0.0108,-0.0092,0.004,-0.0041,0.0018,0.0019,0.0017,-0.0012,-0.0023,0.0064,-0.0056,0.0007
    SLAVIC:HUN_Avar_Szolad:Av2,0.0118,0.0125,0.0216,0.0203,0.0115,0.0121,0.0042,0.0025,0.0023,-0.0125,-0.0015,-0.0036,0.0082,0.015,-0.0112,-0.0029,0.0045,0.0036,0.0069,0.0004,0.0012,-0.0022,0.0112,-0.0059,0.0022
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN:Scythian_MDA:Scy192,0.0109,0.0135,0.0041,-0.0062,0.0051,-0.0046,0.001,0.0003,0.0005,0.0142,0.0058,-0.0004,-0.0047,-0.0065,-0.0098,-0.0073,0.0099,0.0034,-0.0003,0.0028,-0.0094,0.008,-0.0035,-0.0036,0.0015
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN:Scythian_MDA:Scy197,0.0108,0.0138,0.0078,-0.0074,0.0075,-0.0046,0.0066,-0.0023,0.0011,0.0193,-0.0036,-0.0009,-0.0075,0.0002,-0.0078,-0.0089,0.0011,-0.0001,0.0106,-0.0082,-0.0038,-0.0008,0.0027,-0.0023,-0.0075
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN:Scythian_MDA:Scy300,0.0102,0.0138,0.0068,-0.0097,0.0054,-0.0019,-0.0007,-0.0032,0.0038,0.0184,0.0043,0.0045,-0.003,-0.0007,-0.007,0.0017,-0.0006,0.0036,0.0098,-0.0052,-0.0033,0.0101,-0.0003,-0.0006,0.0086
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN:Scythian_MDA:Scy305,0.0104,0.0125,0.0029,-0.0044,0.0058,-0.0024,-0.0005,-0.0005,0.0011,0.0123,-0.0024,0.0049,-0.0094,0.006,-0.0075,0.0005,-0.0042,0.0033,0.013,-0.0066,-0.0074,0.0047,-0.006,0.0062,0.0023
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN:BGR_IA:I5769,0.0111,0.0155,0.0019,-0.0158,0.0097,-0.0081,0.0018,-0.0006,0.0038,0.0176,-0.0009,0.0038,-0.0094,-0.0022,-0.0111,-0.0011,0.0105,0.0055,0.005,-0.0118,-0.005,0.0038,-0.0064,0.0029,-0.0074
    GRECO-ROMAN:DEU_Roman:FN_2,0.0103,0.0149,0.012,0.0001,0.017,0.0007,0.002,-0.0026,0.0095,0.0154,-0.0015,0.0033,-0.0117,-0.0096,-0.0034,0.0031,0.0072,0.005,-0.0003,0.0004,0.0005,0.0012,-0.0005,-0.0061,-0.0015
    SLAVIC:CZE_Early_Slav:RISE569,0.0113,0.0128,0.0181,0.0145,0.0089,0.0048,0.0031,0.0061,-0.0009,-0.0101,-0.0005,-0.0029,0.0025,0.0052,-0.0081,-0.0024,0.0089,-0.0016,-0.0019,-0.0038,0.0045,0.0005,0.0014,-0.0008,-0.0056
    SLAVIC:RUS_Sunghir_MA:Sunghir6,0.0114,0.0115,0.0188,0.0186,0.0134,0.0068,0.0039,0.0049,0.0007,-0.0098,0.0003,-0.0054,0.0096,0.0173,-0.0108,-0.0044,0.0001,-0.0017,0.0005,-0.001,-0.0064,-0.0047,0.0103,-0.0089,-0.0049
    BALTIC:Baltic_EST_IA:0LS10_1,0.0109,0.0091,0.026,0.031,0.0116,0.0124,0.0021,0.009,-0.0055,-0.0232,0.0071,-0.0147,0.0202,0.0021,-0.0053,0.0057,0.0212,-0.002,0.0022,0.0053,-0.0001,0.003,-0.0016,-0.014,0.0005
    BALTIC:Baltic_EST_IA:V10_2,0.0108,0.0101,0.0263,0.0268,0.0144,0.0076,0.001,0.0086,0.008,-0.0189,0.0055,-0.0035,0.0216,0.0093,-0.0027,0.0112,0.0135,0.0023,0.0035,0.0139,0.0058,-0.0015,-0.0006,-0.0051,-0.0007
    BALTIC:Baltic_EST_IA:V11_1,0.0118,0.0116,0.0226,0.0281,0.0134,0.0142,0.0041,0.006,-0.0002,-0.0161,0.0004,-0.0159,0.0148,0.0173,-0.0036,-0.006,0.0112,-0.0007,0.0015,0.0068,0.0041,-0.0064,0.0024,-0.0082,-0.0016
    BALTIC:Baltic_EST_IA:V12_1,0.0114,0.012,0.0255,0.0256,0.012,0.0117,0.0056,0.0057,-0.0003,-0.0205,-0.0033,-0.0051,0.0112,0.0181,-0.0053,0.0054,0.0069,0.0022,0.001,0.0088,0.0017,-0.0048,0.0068,-0.0061,-0.0041
    BALTIC:Baltic_EST_IA:VII4_1,0.0113,0.0107,0.0245,0.027,0.0163,0.009,0.0017,0.0057,0.0023,-0.0211,0.0035,-0.0102,0.0097,0.0034,-0.0079,0.0091,0.0074,-0.0042,0.002,0.0124,0.0088,0.0019,0.0098,-0.0019,-0.0015
    BALTIC:Baltic_EST_IA:X04_1,0.011,0.0108,0.023,0.0289,0.0173,0.0116,0.0076,0.0055,0.0007,-0.0195,-0.0017,-0.0046,0.012,0.0196,0.0048,0.0046,0,-0.0002,0.006,0.0092,0.001,0.0017,0.002,-0.0116,-0.0005
    NORDIC:SWE_IA:RISE174,0.0108,0.0122,0.0178,0.0181,0.0134,0.0072,0.0025,0.0033,0.0014,-0.0053,0.0023,0.0013,-0.0047,0.0028,0.015,-0.0051,-0.0118,0.0051,0.0075,0.0002,0.0002,0.0023,0.002,0.0095,0.0003
    BALTIC-INGRIA:RUS_Ingria_IA:VIII5_2,0.0115,0.0111,0.0277,0.0311,0.0165,0.0169,0.0062,0.0107,0.0032,-0.0279,0.0005,-0.0111,0.0221,0.039,-0.0111,-0.0091,-0.0054,-0.0013,0.0013,0.0022,-0.01,-0.0044,0.0098,-0.0072,0.0002
    BALTIC-INGRIA:RUS_Ingria_IA:VIII9_1,0.0102,0.0116,0.0233,0.0257,0.0128,0.0101,0.0041,0.0086,-0.0042,-0.0139,0.002,-0.0098,0.017,0.0139,-0.003,-0.007,-0.0092,0.0028,0.003,-0.0042,0.0018,-0.0026,0.0008,-0.0106,-0.0046
    SLAVIC:Scythian_UKR:MJ14,0.0119,0.0119,0.0123,0.0203,0.0116,0.0036,0.0052,0.0108,-0.0025,-0.0135,-0.0027,-0.0035,0.0169,0.0056,-0.013,-0.0021,0.0165,0.0037,0.0084,0.0122,0.0008,0.0041,0.0109,0.001,-0.0073
    SLAVIC:Scythian_UKR:scy009,0.011,0.0142,0.0183,0.0178,0.0146,0.0075,0.0043,0.003,0.0021,-0.0059,-0.002,-0.0036,0.0052,0.0093,0.0009,0.0065,0.0032,-0.0045,-0.0023,0.0027,0.0054,-0.0004,0.0034,-0.0176,0.0026
    OSTROGOTH:UKR_Chernyakhiv_Legedzine:MJ19,0.0106,0.0122,0.0158,0.0195,0.0099,0.009,0.0028,0.0041,-0.0013,-0.0124,-0.0007,-0.0022,0.0062,-0.0016,-0.0014,0.0049,0.0071,-0.0061,0.0055,0,0.0019,0.0041,0.0073,0.0008,0.0135
    GRECO-ROMAN:DEU_MA_o:STR_300,0.011,0.0163,-0.0005,-0.017,0.0078,-0.0055,0.0039,0.0045,0.0018,0.0164,0.0021,-0.0004,-0.0065,-0.0046,-0.0214,-0.004,0.0022,-0.0038,-0.0022,-0.0134,-0.0058,0.0078,0.0068,0.0021,-0.0035
    Your result:

    [1] "distance%=1.213"


    Oz


    SLAVIC,57.4
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN,13.4
    GRECO-ROMAN,10.8
    SOUTHEAST-GERMANY,9
    BALTIC-INGRIA,7.2
    NORDIC,2.2


    or individually:

    [1] "distance%=1.2047"


    Oz


    SLAVIC-RUS_Sunghir_MA-Sunghir6,52.6
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN-Scythian_MDA-Scy197,7.2
    BALTIC-INGRIA-RUS_Ingria_IA-VIII9_1,5.4
    GRECO-ROMAN-ITA_Collegno_MA_o1-CL30,4.4
    SOUTHEAST-GERMANY-DEU_MA-AED_1135,3.6
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN-HRV_Early_IA-I3313,3.4
    BALTIC-INGRIA-RUS_Ingria_IA-VIII5_2,2.8
    SLAVIC-HUN_Avar_Szolad-Av2,2.8
    GRECO-ROMAN-ITA_Collegno_MA_o1-CL25,2.4
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN-Scythian_MDA-Scy305,1.8
    NORDIC-SWE_IA-RISE174,1.8
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN-Scythian_MDA-Scy192,1.6
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN-Scythian_MDA-Scy300,1.6
    GRECO-ROMAN-DEU_MA_o-STR_300,1.4
    SOUTHEAST-GERMANY-DEU_MA-ALH_3,1.4
    GRECO-ROMAN-ITA_Collegno_MA_o1-CL38,1.2
    SLAVIC-CZE_Early_Slav-RISE569,1.2
    SOUTHEAST-GERMANY-DEU_MA-AED_249,1
    SOUTHEAST-GERMANY-DEU_MA-ALH_10,0.6
    SOUTHEAST-GERMANY-DEU_MA-NW_255,0.6
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN-BGR_IA-I5769,0.4
    ILLYRIAN-THRACIAN-DACIAN-HRV_MBA-I4331,0.4
    SOUTHEAST-GERMANY-DEU_MA-STR_316,0.4
     
    Paper Trail MyHeritage K36 G25 Mod. FTDNA
    NW Croatian 87.5%
    Slovenian 6.25%
    Unknown 6.25%
    E. Europe 35.7%
    Balkan 34.4%
    Scandinavia 21.2%
    Baltic 8.7%
    Grenzmark 0.94
    Czechs 0.93,
    Hungary 0.91
    Volhyn 0.91,
    C. Rusyns 0.91
    Slovenia 0.91
    Czech 1.79
    Hungarian 2.02
    Slovenian 2.07
    Croatian 2.39
    Ukrainian 3.01
    East Europe 99%
    Trace 1%

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