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    Some Malagasy gedmatch results

    1. Probably ethnic Merina. They are one of the most East Asian shifted ethnic group in Madagascar being around 70-75% East Eurasian and 25-30% SSA on average

    HarappaWorld: He is almost 30% African and 4% West Eurasian here (Baloch+NE Euro+Caucasian+Med). Don't know if he has distant Euro or West Asian admixture.

    Admix Results (sorted):

    # Population Percent
    1 SE-Asian 49.64
    2 W-African 21.17
    3 NE-Asian 8.51
    4 S-Indian 5.71
    5 E-African 4.01
    6 Pygmy 2.24
    7 Papuan 2.01
    8 Baloch 1.69
    9 Siberian 1.54
    10 NE-Euro 1.21
    11 Caucasian 1.16
    12 San 1.02
    13 Mediterranean 0.06
    14 American 0.02

    Single Population Sharing:
     

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 thai (xing) 25.8
    2 khmer-cambodian (xing) 27.48
    3 cambodian (hgdp) 30.46
    4 singapore-malay (sgvp) 31.29
    5 kinh (1000genomes) 35.25
    6 lahu (hgdp) 35.63
    7 dai (hgdp) 35.7
    8 dai-chinese (1000genomes) 35.74
    9 vietnamese (xing) 36.69
    10 khasi (chaubey) 39.86
    11 samoan (xing) 42.85
    12 iban (xing) 43.01
    13 burmanese (chaubey) 45.23
    14 tongan (xing) 46.27
    15 garo (chaubey) 48.38
    16 great-andamanese (reich) 54.72
    17 onge (reich) 55.45
    18 miao (hgdp) 55.79
    19 siddi (reich) 56.79
    20 dominican (bryc) 57.3

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 72.1% cambodian (hgdp) + 27.9% kaba (henn2012) @ 4.1
    2 72.4% cambodian (hgdp) + 27.6% fang (henn2012) @ 4.67
    3 73.1% cambodian (hgdp) + 26.9% kongo (henn2012) @ 5.06
    4 71.7% singapore-malay (sgvp) + 28.3% kaba (henn2012) @ 5.39
    5 70.6% cambodian (hgdp) + 29.4% african-american (1000genomes) @ 5.46
    6 73.7% cambodian (hgdp) + 26.3% bamoun (henn2012) @ 5.58
    7 72% singapore-malay (sgvp) + 28% fang (henn2012) @ 5.86
    8 69.5% cambodian (hgdp) + 30.5% bantukenya (hgdp) @ 6.04
    9 73.2% cambodian (hgdp) + 26.8% african-caribbean (1000genomes) @ 6.05
    10 71.1% cambodian (hgdp) + 28.9% bantusouthafrica (hgdp) @ 6.13
    11 70.9% cambodian (hgdp) + 29.1% pedi (xing) @ 6.21
    12 72.7% singapore-malay (sgvp) + 27.3% kongo (henn2012) @ 6.23
    13 70.7% cambodian (hgdp) + 29.3% nguni (xing) @ 6.27
    14 75.7% thai (xing) + 24.3% kaba (henn2012) @ 6.32
    15 70.1% singapore-malay (sgvp) + 29.9% african-american (1000genomes) @ 6.34
    16 69.6% cambodian (hgdp) + 30.4% luhya (hapmap) @ 6.43
    17 74.7% cambodian (hgdp) + 25.3% hausa (henn2012) @ 6.43
    18 74.5% cambodian (hgdp) + 25.5% mandenka (hgdp) @ 6.44
    19 76.6% thai (xing) + 23.4% kongo (henn2012) @ 6.48
    20 69.6% cambodian (hgdp) + 30.4% luhya (1000genomes) @ 6.56


    PuntDNAL K15: He is around 29.61% African here (the Horner component he score might contain some West Eurasian admixture) though and almost 4% West Eurasian. The S_Indian might absorb some West Eurasian as well.

    Admix Results (sorted):

    # Population Percent
    1 E_Asian 51.06
    2 W_African 21.31
    3 S_Indian 10.43
    4 Wht_Nile_River 4.06
    5 Oceanian 3.11
    6 Caucasian 2.53
    7 S_African 2.27
    8 Siberian 1.97
    9 Horn_Of_Africa 1.76
    10 Mediterranean 0.92
    11 NE_European 0.37
    12 Omo_River 0.21

    Single Population Sharing:
     

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 Burmese 26.69
    2 Singaporean 31.91
    3 Cambodian 33.33
    4 Filipino 35.05
    5 Mongolian 37.49
    6 Vietnamese 38.97
    7 Uyghur 41.38
    8 Hazara 41.84
    9 Chinese 42.52
    10 Japanese 49.12
    11 Uzbek 52.51
    12 Somali_Benadiri 53.99
    13 Koryak 54.76
    14 Turkmen 55.57
    15 Nogai 57.73
    16 Sandawe 58.32
    17 Dominican 59.71
    18 Bashkir 60.55
    19 Tadjik 61.22
    20 Puerto_Rican 61.73

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 69.9% Singaporean + 30.1% NE_Bantu @ 4.61
    2 69.5% Singaporean + 30.5% African_American @ 4.78
    3 69% Singaporean + 31% Luhya @ 4.94
    4 71.6% Singaporean + 28.4% Bamoun @ 5.49
    5 71.9% Singaporean + 28.1% Hausa @ 5.68
    6 69.1% Cambodian + 30.9% NE_Bantu @ 5.87
    7 68.2% Cambodian + 31.8% Luhya @ 5.96
    8 72.2% Singaporean + 27.8% Igbo @ 6.09
    9 72.3% Singaporean + 27.7% Bambaran @ 6.24
    10 68.7% Cambodian + 31.3% African_American @ 6.34
    11 73% Singaporean + 27% Brong @ 6.83
    12 70.8% Cambodian + 29.2% Bamoun @ 6.84
    13 70.6% Singaporean + 29.4% SA_Bantu @ 7.04
    14 71.2% Cambodian + 28.8% Hausa @ 7.05
    15 67.1% Filipino + 32.9% Luhya @ 7.27
    16 73.4% Singaporean + 26.6% Mandinka @ 7.35
    17 68.1% Filipino + 31.9% NE_Bantu @ 7.36
    18 71.4% Cambodian + 28.6% Igbo @ 7.42
    19 71.5% Cambodian + 28.5% Bambaran @ 7.59
    20 75.9% Burmese + 24.1% Hausa @ 7.68


    Dodecad K12b: He is almost 30% African and approx 4.2% West Eurasian.

    Admix Results (sorted):

    # Population Percent
    1 Southeast_Asian 49.44
    2 Sub_Saharan 23.8
    3 East_Asian 9.88
    4 South_Asian 7.23
    5 East_African 5.26
    6 Gedrosia 2.15
    7 North_European 1.56
    8 Atlantic_Med 0.67

    Single Population Sharing:
     

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 PANIYA (Behar) 34.93
    2 Lahu (HGDP) 41.5
    3 Khasi (Chaubey) 41.77
    4 KHV30 (1000Genomes) 42.17
    5 Burmanese (Chaubey) 43.46
    6 MAS30 (SGVP) 46.01
    7 Garo (Chaubey) 46.13
    8 CDX30 (1000Genomes) 46.48
    9 Cambodians (HGDP) 47.46
    10 Dai (HGDP) 47.58
    11 Miaozu (HGDP) 51.11
    12 CHS30 (SGVP) 51.27
    13 She (HGDP) 52.86
    14 Han (HGDP) 56.14
    15 Tujia (HGDP) 59.1
    16 CHD30 (Metspalu) 60.22
    17 Uygur (HGDP) 65.16
    18 BONDA (Chaubey) 67.09
    19 Hazara (HGDP) 67.18
    20 Juang (Chaubey) 67.34

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 68% Lahu (HGDP) + 32% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) @ 7.53
    2 67.7% Lahu (HGDP) + 32.3% LWK30 (Behar) @ 7.63
    3 70% Lahu (HGDP) + 30% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) @ 8.47
    4 69.2% Lahu (HGDP) + 30.8% ASW30 (HapMap3) @ 9.26
    5 70.8% Lahu (HGDP) + 29.2% Bantu_S.W._Herero (HGDP) @ 9.27
    6 67.8% KHV30 (1000Genomes) + 32.2% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) @ 9.37
    7 67.5% KHV30 (1000Genomes) + 32.5% LWK30 (Behar) @ 9.44
    8 65.2% CDX30 (1000Genomes) + 34.8% LWK30 (Behar) @ 9.78
    9 65.5% CDX30 (1000Genomes) + 34.5% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) @ 9.82
    10 64.7% Dai (HGDP) + 35.3% LWK30 (Behar) @ 10.04
    11 65% Dai (HGDP) + 35% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) @ 10.11
    12 69.8% KHV30 (1000Genomes) + 30.2% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) @ 10.21
    13 69% KHV30 (1000Genomes) + 31% ASW30 (HapMap3) @ 10.83
    14 70.6% KHV30 (1000Genomes) + 29.4% Bantu_S.W._Herero (HGDP) @ 10.91
    15 65.6% MAS30 (SGVP) + 34.4% LWK30 (Behar) @ 11.01
    16 65.9% MAS30 (SGVP) + 34.1% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) @ 11.03
    17 72.3% Lahu (HGDP) + 27.7% Mandenka (HGDP) @ 11.2
    18 67.7% CDX30 (1000Genomes) + 32.3% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) @ 11.37
    19 72.9% Lahu (HGDP) + 27.1% Yoruba (HGDP) @ 11.49
    20 72.9% Lahu (HGDP) + 27.1% YRI30 (HGDP) @ 11.49


    2. Also likely ethnic Merina. She has 32% African and only 1% West Eurasian admixture.

    Admix Results (sorted):

    # Population Percent
    1 SE-Asian 50.9
    2 W-African 25.41
    3 NE-Asian 7.72
    4 S-Indian 4.04
    5 E-African 3.17
    6 Papuan 2.39
    7 San 1.87
    8 Pygmy 1.5
    9 Siberian 1.07
    10 Mediterranean 0.92
    11 American 0.46
    12 Beringian 0.32
    13 Caucasian 0.25

    Single Population Sharing:
     

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 thai (xing) 29.63
    2 khmer-cambodian (xing) 31.03
    3 cambodian (hgdp) 33.18
    4 singapore-malay (sgvp) 33.8
    5 dai (hgdp) 37.94
    6 kinh (1000genomes) 37.98
    7 dai-chinese (1000genomes) 38.07
    8 lahu (hgdp) 38.62
    9 vietnamese (xing) 39.45
    10 samoan (xing) 43.99
    11 khasi (chaubey) 44.11
    12 iban (xing) 44.18
    13 tongan (xing) 47.36
    14 burmanese (chaubey) 48.86
    15 garo (chaubey) 51.85
    16 siddi (reich) 56.26
    17 dominican (bryc) 57.05
    18 miao (hgdp) 58.3
    19 great-andamanese (reich) 58.32
    20 onge (reich) 58.84

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 69.7% cambodian (hgdp) + 30.3% kaba (henn2012) @ 5.07
    2 71.2% cambodian (hgdp) + 28.8% bamoun (henn2012) @ 5.1
    3 70.7% cambodian (hgdp) + 29.3% kongo (henn2012) @ 5.11
    4 70% cambodian (hgdp) + 30% fang (henn2012) @ 5.19
    5 69.3% singapore-malay (sgvp) + 30.7% kaba (henn2012) @ 5.34
    6 72% cambodian (hgdp) + 28% mandenka (hgdp) @ 5.36
    7 72.2% cambodian (hgdp) + 27.8% hausa (henn2012) @ 5.37
    8 70.3% singapore-malay (sgvp) + 29.7% kongo (henn2012) @ 5.44
    9 69.6% singapore-malay (sgvp) + 30.4% fang (henn2012) @ 5.46
    10 70.8% singapore-malay (sgvp) + 29.2% bamoun (henn2012) @ 5.49
    11 72.6% cambodian (hgdp) + 27.4% igbo (henn2012) @ 5.69
    12 70.7% cambodian (hgdp) + 29.3% african-caribbean (1000genomes) @ 5.73
    13 71.7% singapore-malay (sgvp) + 28.3% mandenka (hgdp) @ 5.8
    14 72.7% cambodian (hgdp) + 27.3% bambaran (xing) @ 5.82
    15 71.9% singapore-malay (sgvp) + 28.1% hausa (henn2012) @ 5.83
    16 72.8% cambodian (hgdp) + 27.2% brong (henn2012) @ 5.86
    17 73% cambodian (hgdp) + 27% dogon (xing) @ 6.01
    18 70.3% singapore-malay (sgvp) + 29.7% african-caribbean (1000genomes) @ 6.02
    19 72.3% singapore-malay (sgvp) + 27.7% igbo (henn2012) @ 6.17
    20 73.4% cambodian (hgdp) + 26.6% yoruba (1000genomes) @ 6.17


    PuntDNAL K15: She is approx 32% African (the Horner might contain minor West Eurasian) and 2% West Eurasian. Keep in mind that the S_Indian might contain some West Eurasian alleles as well.

    Admix Results (sorted):

    # Population Percent
    1 E_Asian 50.21
    2 W_African 25.5
    3 S_Indian 8.84
    4 Oceanian 4.12
    5 Wht_Nile_River 3.74
    6 S_African 1.87
    7 Siberian 1.24
    8 Mediterranean 1.21
    9 Amerindian 0.79
    10 Beringian 0.75
    11 Omo_River 0.74
    12 Caucasian 0.56
    13 Horn_Of_Africa 0.27
    14 NE_European 0.17

    Single Population Sharing:
     

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 Burmese 30.96
    2 Singaporean 35.26
    3 Cambodian 36.5
    4 Filipino 38.05
    5 Mongolian 40.36
    6 Vietnamese 41.79
    7 Uyghur 44.18
    8 Hazara 44.73
    9 Chinese 45.15
    10 Japanese 51.48
    11 Uzbek 54.76
    12 Somali_Benadiri 55.18
    13 Koryak 55.86
    14 Sandawe 57.67
    15 Turkmen 57.73
    16 Dominican 58.36
    17 Nogai 59.68
    18 Puerto_Rican 60.84
    19 Bashkir 62.01
    20 Tadjik 63.28

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 68.3% Singaporean + 31.7% Bamoun @ 3.22
    2 68.6% Singaporean + 31.4% Hausa @ 3.4
    3 66.1% Singaporean + 33.9% African_American @ 3.69
    4 68.9% Singaporean + 31.1% Igbo @ 3.84
    5 69% Singaporean + 31% Bambaran @ 3.99
    6 66.7% Singaporean + 33.3% NE_Bantu @ 4.19
    7 67.5% Cambodian + 32.5% Bamoun @ 4.28
    8 67.9% Cambodian + 32.1% Hausa @ 4.51
    9 69.7% Singaporean + 30.3% Brong @ 4.66
    10 65.9% Cambodian + 34.1% NE_Bantu @ 4.75
    11 65.4% Cambodian + 34.6% African_American @ 4.78
    12 68.2% Cambodian + 31.8% Igbo @ 4.89
    13 68.3% Cambodian + 31.7% Bambaran @ 5.09
    14 70.2% Singaporean + 29.8% Mandinka @ 5.29
    15 65.8% Singaporean + 34.2% Luhya @ 5.67
    16 69.1% Cambodian + 30.9% Brong @ 5.71
    17 66.7% Filipino + 33.3% Bamoun @ 5.78
    18 65% Filipino + 35% NE_Bantu @ 5.82
    19 71% Singaporean + 29% Yoruban @ 5.84
    20 64.5% Filipino + 35.5% African_American @ 5.89


    Dodecad K12b: Around 32% African and 1.67% West Eurasian

    Admix Results (sorted):

    # Population Percent
    1 Southeast_Asian 51.34
    2 Sub_Saharan 27.6
    3 East_Asian 7.94
    4 South_Asian 6.61
    5 East_African 4.71
    6 North_European 1.38
    7 Caucasus 0.29
    8 Siberian 0.13

    Single Population Sharing:
     

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 PANIYA (Behar) 38.1
    2 Lahu (HGDP) 44.06
    3 KHV30 (1000Genomes) 44.95
    4 Khasi (Chaubey) 46.57
    5 MAS30 (SGVP) 47.41
    6 CDX30 (1000Genomes) 48.41
    7 Burmanese (Chaubey) 48.62
    8 Cambodians (HGDP) 48.7
    9 Dai (HGDP) 49.29
    10 Garo (Chaubey) 51.04
    11 Miaozu (HGDP) 55.27
    12 CHS30 (SGVP) 55.43
    13 She (HGDP) 57.05
    14 Han (HGDP) 60.34
    15 Tujia (HGDP) 63.3
    16 CHD30 (Metspalu) 64.43
    17 Uygur (HGDP) 69.8
    18 BONDA (Chaubey) 69.91
    19 Juang (Chaubey) 70.15
    20 Hazara (HGDP) 71.79

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 67.9% Lahu (HGDP) + 32.1% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) @ 7.63
    2 68.8% Lahu (HGDP) + 31.2% Bantu_S.W._Herero (HGDP) @ 8.02
    3 63.4% Dai (HGDP) + 36.6% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) @ 8.05
    4 66.3% MAS30 (SGVP) + 33.7% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) @ 8.09
    5 64.3% MAS30 (SGVP) + 35.7% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) @ 8.16
    6 63.1% Dai (HGDP) + 36.9% LWK30 (Behar) @ 8.34
    7 65.4% Dai (HGDP) + 34.6% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) @ 8.39
    8 66.1% Lahu (HGDP) + 33.9% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) @ 8.41
    9 64.1% MAS30 (SGVP) + 35.9% LWK30 (Behar) @ 8.5
    10 63.9% CDX30 (1000Genomes) + 36.1% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) @ 8.52
    11 65.9% CDX30 (1000Genomes) + 34.1% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) @ 8.66
    12 67.2% MAS30 (SGVP) + 32.8% Bantu_S.W._Herero (HGDP) @ 8.76
    13 63.6% CDX30 (1000Genomes) + 36.4% LWK30 (Behar) @ 8.82
    14 65.8% Lahu (HGDP) + 34.2% LWK30 (Behar) @ 8.82
    15 67.1% Lahu (HGDP) + 32.9% ASW30 (HapMap3) @ 8.91
    16 64.5% Dai (HGDP) + 35.5% ASW30 (HapMap3) @ 9.11
    17 65.4% MAS30 (SGVP) + 34.6% ASW30 (HapMap3) @ 9.12
    18 66.3% Dai (HGDP) + 33.7% Bantu_S.W._Herero (HGDP) @ 9.2
    19 66.7% CDX30 (1000Genomes) + 33.3% Bantu_S.W._Herero (HGDP) @ 9.36
    20 65% CDX30 (1000Genomes) + 35% ASW30 (HapMap3) @ 9.43


    3. Also not sure about his ethnic group. This is the most African shifted Malagasy individual I ever saw which is at 75% SSA. Oddly, he also score the highest West Eurasian admixture among the three Malagasy individuals I posted at 6-8%. His Western ancestry is either Euro or Arab but I am not certain.

    HarappaWorld: He is almost 74% African and 8% West Eurasian here. The rest of his genome is East Asian at approx 18%.

    Admix Results (sorted):

    # Population Percent
    1 W-African 58.04
    2 SE-Asian 15.13
    3 E-African 9.23
    4 Pygmy 4.12
    5 NE-Asian 2.46
    6 Caucasian 2.18
    7 San 2.15
    8 Baloch 1.57
    9 SW-Asian 1.36
    10 S-Indian 1.2
    11 Mediterranean 0.77
    12 Papuan 0.72
    13 Siberian 0.6
    14 Beringian 0.33
    15 NE-Euro 0.14

    Single Population Sharing:
     

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 siddi (reich) 22.12
    2 african-american (1000genomes) 24.33
    3 bantukenya (hgdp) 24.43
    4 fulani (henn2012) 24.43
    5 luhya (hapmap) 25.48
    6 luhya (1000genomes) 25.7
    7 nguni (xing) 26.58
    8 pedi (xing) 26.8
    9 bantusouthafrica (hgdp) 27.31
    10 kaba (henn2012) 27.82
    11 mada (henn2012) 28.57
    12 fang (henn2012) 29.73
    13 kongo (henn2012) 32.45
    14 xhosa (henn2012) 32.6
    15 african-caribbean (1000genomes) 33.23
    16 sotho-tswana (xing) 33.43
    17 bamoun (henn2012) 34.93
    18 dominican (bryc) 37.15
    19 alur (xing) 38.71
    20 mandenka (hgdp) 38.77

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 73.3% kaba (henn2012) + 26.7% thai (xing) @ 4.64
    2 73.9% kaba (henn2012) + 26.1% khmer-cambodian (xing) @ 5.23
    3 74.8% kaba (henn2012) + 25.2% cambodian (hgdp) @ 5.42
    4 74.9% kaba (henn2012) + 25.1% singapore-malay (sgvp) @ 5.58
    5 75.6% kaba (henn2012) + 24.4% dai (hgdp) @ 6.95
    6 75.5% kaba (henn2012) + 24.5% dai-chinese (1000genomes) @ 7.12
    7 75% kaba (henn2012) + 25% kinh (1000genomes) @ 7.52
    8 72.4% fang (henn2012) + 27.6% thai (xing) @ 7.62
    9 77.4% kaba (henn2012) + 22.6% iban (xing) @ 7.82
    10 72.9% fang (henn2012) + 27.1% khmer-cambodian (xing) @ 8.03
    11 70.5% kongo (henn2012) + 29.5% thai (xing) @ 8.03
    12 74.6% kaba (henn2012) + 25.4% lahu (hgdp) @ 8.09
    13 75% kaba (henn2012) + 25% vietnamese (xing) @ 8.16
    14 73.9% fang (henn2012) + 26.1% cambodian (hgdp) @ 8.25
    15 74% fang (henn2012) + 26% singapore-malay (sgvp) @ 8.38
    16 71.1% kongo (henn2012) + 28.9% khmer-cambodian (xing) @ 8.53
    17 72.1% kongo (henn2012) + 27.9% cambodian (hgdp) @ 8.99
    18 69% bamoun (henn2012) + 31% thai (xing) @ 9.14
    19 72.3% kongo (henn2012) + 27.7% singapore-malay (sgvp) @ 9.14
    20 76.4% kaba (henn2012) + 23.6% samoan (xing) @ 9.15


    PuntDNAL K15: He is 73% African (once again, the Horner might possess minor West Eurasian) and 6.5% West Eurasian. The rest of his genomes is 20.5% East Asian. The S_Indian might contain minor West Eurasian alleles as well.

    Admix Results (sorted):

    # Population Percent
    1 W_African 59.02
    2 E_Asian 15.54
    3 Wht_Nile_River 8.36
    4 S_African 4.27
    5 S_Indian 2.98
    6 Caucasian 2.97
    7 Mediterranean 2.65
    8 Oceanian 1.64
    9 Horn_Of_Africa 1.06
    10 SW_Asian 0.72
    11 Omo_River 0.32
    12 NE_European 0.23
    13 Amerindian 0.19
    14 Beringian 0.07

    Single Population Sharing:
     

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 African_American 22.61
    2 Luhya 23.88
    3 NE_Bantu 24.83
    4 Bamoun 29.48
    5 SA_Bantu 30.55
    6 Xhosa 30.74
    7 Hausa 30.8
    8 Igbo 31.87
    9 Bambaran 32.46
    10 Brong 35.5
    11 Mandinka 37.49
    12 Pygmy 41.09
    13 Yoruban 41.12
    14 Sandawe 42.92
    15 Dominican 45.57
    16 Puerto_Rican 53.89
    17 Somali_Benadiri 54.78
    18 Moroccan 61.26
    19 Maasai 62.31
    20 Mozabite_Berber 64.29

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 72.7% Bamoun + 27.3% Burmese @ 7.21
    2 71.7% Hausa + 28.3% Burmese @ 7.37
    3 79.4% African_American + 20.6% Singaporean @ 7.42
    4 80.6% African_American + 19.4% Vietnamese @ 7.73
    5 74.3% Bamoun + 25.7% Singaporean @ 7.76
    6 79.7% African_American + 20.3% Cambodian @ 7.77
    7 80% African_American + 20% Filipino @ 7.78
    8 78.2% African_American + 21.8% Burmese @ 8.08
    9 74.6% Bamoun + 25.4% Cambodian @ 8.1
    10 73.4% Hausa + 26.6% Singaporean @ 8.13
    11 71.1% Igbo + 28.9% Burmese @ 8.16
    12 74.9% Bamoun + 25.1% Filipino @ 8.27
    13 81.2% African_American + 18.8% Chinese @ 8.29
    14 82.2% African_American + 17.8% Japanese @ 8.44
    15 73.8% Hausa + 26.2% Cambodian @ 8.5
    16 70.8% Bambaran + 29.2% Burmese @ 8.55
    17 74.1% Hausa + 25.9% Filipino @ 8.71
    18 75.8% Bamoun + 24.2% Vietnamese @ 9.05
    19 72.9% Igbo + 27.1% Singaporean @ 9.05
    20 78.1% NE_Bantu + 21.9% Singaporean @ 9.32


    Dodecad K12b: He is 74% African and 6.2% West Eurasian (I counted NW African as it is mostly a West Eurasian component). The rest of his autosomal DNA is 20% East Asian.

    Admix Results (sorted):

    # Population Percent
    1 Sub_Saharan 63.29
    2 Southeast_Asian 15.12
    3 East_African 10.3
    4 East_Asian 2.59
    5 South_Asian 2.04
    6 Gedrosia 1.88
    7 Caucasus 1.83
    8 Atlantic_Med 1.13
    9 Northwest_African 1.13
    10 Siberian 0.45
    11 Southwest_Asian 0.19
    12 North_European 0.04

    Single Population Sharing:
     

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 LWK30 (Behar) 27.14
    2 Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) 27.42
    3 ASW30 (HapMap3) 32.14
    4 Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) 34.07
    5 Bantu_S.W._Herero (HGDP) 38.05
    6 Mandenka (HGDP) 46.25
    7 Yoruba (HGDP) 49.24
    8 YRI30 (HGDP) 49.24
    9 MKK30 (Dodecad) 74.26
    10 Sandawe_He (Henn) 76.92
    11 Yemenese (Behar) 80.26
    12 Algerian (Dodecad) 81.15
    13 Moroccans (Behar) 83.39
    14 Egyptans (Behar) 83.4
    15 Moroccan (Dodecad) 87.7
    16 Uzbeks (Behar) 87.79
    17 Turkmens (Yunusbayev) 87.79
    18 Jordanians (Behar) 88.25
    19 Uygur (HGDP) 88.28
    20 Tajiks (Yunusbayev) 88.49

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 73.6% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) + 26.4% PANIYA (Behar) @ 5.57
    2 75.2% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) + 24.8% Lahu (HGDP) @ 6.17
    3 75.3% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) + 24.7% KHV30 (1000Genomes) @ 6.6
    4 76% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) + 24% MAS30 (SGVP) @ 7.12
    5 76.1% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) + 23.9% CDX30 (1000Genomes) @ 7.32
    6 76.3% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) + 23.7% Dai (HGDP) @ 7.5
    7 76.2% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) + 23.8% Cambodians (HGDP) @ 7.55
    8 71.5% Bantu_S.W._Herero (HGDP) + 28.5% PANIYA (Behar) @ 7.9
    9 73.3% Bantu_S.W._Herero (HGDP) + 26.7% Lahu (HGDP) @ 8.88
    10 72.9% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) + 27.1% Khasi (Chaubey) @ 9.22
    11 73.4% Bantu_S.W._Herero (HGDP) + 26.6% KHV30 (1000Genomes) @ 9.22
    12 79.7% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) + 20.3% Lahu (HGDP) @ 9.26
    13 80.3% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) + 19.7% MAS30 (SGVP) @ 9.38
    14 80.6% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) + 19.4% Dai (HGDP) @ 9.4
    15 80.5% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) + 19.5% CDX30 (1000Genomes) @ 9.4
    16 79.8% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) + 20.2% KHV30 (1000Genomes) @ 9.48
    17 80.5% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) + 19.5% Cambodians (HGDP) @ 9.56
    18 78.5% Bantu_N.E. (HGDP) + 21.5% PANIYA (Behar) @ 9.72
    19 73.3% Bantu_S.E._Tswana (HGDP) + 26.7% Burmanese (Chaubey) @ 9.82
    20 74.1% Bantu_S.W._Herero (HGDP) + 25.9% MAS30 (SGVP) @ 9.85


    I can posted more Malagasy gedmatch results if you want. I have a few more of their kits.
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    The Austronesian migration to Madagascar is one of the fascinating facets of human history. It is is also interesting how just like Austronesians elsewhere, the Austronesian ancestry is greatest in highland groups like the Merina, probably indicating a smaller Bantu population in the area or stronger preference to settle there vs the coast. Given that crops like bananas, yams and taro are found on the African mainland, there is probably a chance some Austronesians had settled in East Africa as well, or at the very least had extensive trade relations with the region.

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    How was the Bantu African ancestry introduced to Madagascar?

    Was it through natural migration from areas around Mozambique to Madagascar or was it because of the slave trade?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NetNomad View Post
    How was the Bantu African ancestry introduced to Madagascar?

    Was it through natural migration from areas around Mozambique to Madagascar or was it because of the slave trade?
    The hypothesis is that Bantus settled the region after the arrival of the Austronesians and mixed with them circa 1000 AD, which will explain the Coastal vs Highland distribution of Bantu vs Austronesian ancestry. There's also a great chance that many also settled after trade with the Malagasy from the African mainland.

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    It would be interesting to get in touch with them and get them some G25 coordinates as there are extensive Southeast Asian and Austronesian references now.
    There is talk of the first waves of Austronesians to reach Madagascar to have been a stratified population already with Javanese/Balinese folks on top and Borneo natives as subordinates. At least that’s why linguistics seem to indicate (most vocabulary being related to Maanyan, a Borneo language, but with Javanese words related to elite topics).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kulin View Post
    The Austronesian migration to Madagascar is one of the fascinating facets of human history. It is is also interesting how just like Austronesians elsewhere, the Austronesian ancestry is greatest in highland groups like the Merina, probably indicating a smaller Bantu population in the area or stronger preference to settle there vs the coast. Given that crops like bananas, yams and taro are found on the African mainland, there is probably a chance some Austronesians had settled in East Africa as well, or at the very least had extensive trade relations with the region.
    Fascinating. Bananas, yams, taros are originally from SE Asia and Pacific? I thought they were indigenous to Africa.

    Agreed. Its very likely there is some East Asian ancestry in coastal East Africa among Swahilis and other coastal Kenyan/Tanzanian/Mozambican or even Somalian ethnicities/tribes as well.

    I have seen a study that locals from the Comoros also possess approximately 20% Austronesian ancestry. Its very plausible there is some East Asian ancestry in coastal East Africa as well.

    I have visited Zanzibar and apparently is the only place in Africa where SE Asian fruits such as durians, rambutans are grown. Also there is jackfruit in Tanzania when I travelled there as well. Although I don't know if its from Austronesian settlers and traders or was it only recently introduced.

    Yep the first two are very likely Merina. Third is definitely some coastal tribe indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsakhur View Post
    Fascinating. Bananas, yams, taros are originally from SE Asia and Pacific? I thought they were indigenous to Africa.

    Agreed. Its very likely there is some East Asian ancestry in coastal East Africa among Swahilis and other coastal Kenyan/Tanzanian/Mozambican or even Somalian ethnicities/tribes as well.

    I have seen a study that locals from the Comoros also possess approximately 20% Austronesian ancestry. Its very plausible there is some East Asian ancestry in coastal East Africa as well.

    I have visited Zanzibar and apparently is the only place in Africa where SE Asian fruits such as durians, rambutans are grown. Also there is jackfruit in Tanzania when I travelled there as well. Although I don't know if its from Austronesian settlers and traders or was it only recently introduced.

    Yep the first two are very likely Merina. Third is definitely some coastal tribe indeed.
    Yes, it is definitely from Southeast Asia, but the context of it remains a mystery to this day. About 15 to 25% of the population of Comoros is actually Malagasy. Mwali/Moheli Island was a part of the Merina Sultanate of Moheli, and the island remains Malagasy majority to this day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NetNomad View Post
    How was the Bantu African ancestry introduced to Madagascar?

    Was it through natural migration from areas around Mozambique to Madagascar or was it because of the slave trade?
    The current consensus is that Bantu speakers made it to Madagascar shortly after the arrival of Austronesian speakers from SE Asia, but there is growing evidence that the island had been sparsely populated by hunter-gatherers. Bantu speakers probably island hopped from what is now Tanzania/Mozambique to Madagascar via the Comoros Islands, a final chapter of the Bantu migration.

    I haven’t seen any evidence that the slave trade played a significant role in peopling Madagascar (some Malagasy people were enslaved at some point but that’s a different discussion). As someone has already mentioned, the Merina are arguably the most East Asian-shifted tribe in Madagascar yet this group is on average ~30% SSA; furthermore, exactly half of the yDNA lineages present in the Merina can be traced to Bantu speakers in East Africa, which is even more telling. The absence of sex-biased gene expression in the Malagasy suggests that their Bantu and Austronesian ancestors were more or less on equal footing.

    https://academic.oup.com/mbe/article/26/9/2109/1197149

    From a paternal point of view (fig. 2b, supplementary table S1, Supplementary Material online), a prevalence of African lineages was observed both in HLs and CTs, but with different proportions (HL 39:50%; CT 20:74%) and with extreme values in Antandroy (14% Indonesian, 86% African).
    A basic stratification of the African-derived male pool is demonstrated by the architecture of the network (fig. 3) linking haplotypes from E1b1a, the most frequent haplogroup in all population samples (44% Merina, 69% Antandroy, 50% Antanosy, and 37.5% Antaisaka).
    Analysis of Maternal Lineages. The pool of mtDNA sequences found in Malagasy samples was a clear admixture of typical Bantu and Austronesian lineages (fig. 2a, supplementary table S1, Supplementary Material online). The averaged proportion of the two linguistic–geographic components (listed henceforth as Indonesian:African) were similar in HL (63%:37%) and CT (62%:38%) subgroups. The admixture ratio in coastal groups varied from 67%:33% in Antanosy to 54%:46% in Antaisaka.
    My personal theory is that Comorians were originally a Malagasy population that was later Swahili-zed through intensive contacts with the powerful Swahili city states. This would explain why Comorians have minor East Asian ancestry that is pretty much absent on the East African coast among Swahili or other Bantu speakers.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5777450/

    However, the broader history of Austronesian settlement in East Africa remains unclear. The presence of Island Southeast Asians in Madagascar and the Comoros archipelago is supported by archaeological analyses of ancient crop remains, which reveal that Asian species, such as rice, dominated agricultural subsistence from the early stages of settlement on these islands.15 On the continent and nearby coastal islands, Asian crops were only identified in minor proportions at a small number of sites (mainly trading ports) and only became dominant in rare cases several centuries later. This pattern suggests that long-term Austronesian settlement could have been limited to these two insular territories. Present-day populations on Madagascar and the Comoros have genetic inheritance from Island Southeast Asia, pointing to commonality in the genetic ancestry of Malagasy and Comorian groups.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kulin View Post
    Yes, it is definitely from Southeast Asia, but the context of it remains a mystery to this day. About 15 to 25% of the population of Comoros is actually Malagasy. Mwali/Moheli Island was a part of the Merina Sultanate of Moheli, and the island remains Malagasy majority to this day.
    Mystery how these crops and fruits arrive? Interesting. Are the Merina Muslims themselves? But why does the island speak a language that is very Swahili-like rather than Malagasy?

    Btw where do you think the West Eurasian admix in the three Malagasy individuals come from? Arab/Swahili traders, settlers or French colonists?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kulin View Post
    The hypothesis is that Bantus settled the region after the arrival of the Austronesians and mixed with them circa 1000 AD, which will explain the Coastal vs Highland distribution of Bantu vs Austronesian ancestry. There's also a great chance that many also settled after trade with the Malagasy from the African mainland.
    What's interesting is that archaic seafaring/nautical vocabulary in kiswahili is of proto-malay origin. Why Austronesians chose to come half way across the world, who knows.

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