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Thread: Greek MyHeritage+Gedmatch results (25%Sfakia, 12.5%Milos,Asia Minor each, 50% ??? )

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    Quote Originally Posted by lacreme View Post
    Does Anyone know how to produce his father's approximate kit/results using my friend's and his mother's data ?



    What kind of shifts the people comprising the Istanbul average have ?
    The first and last model would be on point if the Greek_Istanbul+Chechen and Andros+Macedonia_Thrace+Lezgin respectively can make an acceptable proxy of her Milos+Karaburun (Καραμπουρνα) ancestry.

    I've never seen a genetic result from Milos though
    I used the references from Ikaria and Samos that Greekscolar provided. It is possibly a proxy for Chios.

    Distance: 1.4709% / 0.01470891
    Target: ChrisMom_scaled | ADC: 0.5x RC
    44.1 Ikaria/Samos
    26.2 Greek_Crete
    12.4 Ashkenazi_Ukraine
    8.8 Kaitag
    8.5 Greek_Thessaly
    Distance: 2.2672% / 0.02267223
    Target: Christos_scaled
    78.1 update_Peloponnese(Lakonia+Arkadia+older academic samples)
    21.9 Greek_Thessaly

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    Could he (the biological father) possibly fit in an at least partial Paxoi/Kerkyra profile ?
    Searching through his mother's family finder results on familytreedna there is one distant relative which lists on its ancestral surnames a person with ancestry from those islands... An old neighbor of her family happened to share the same surname AND ancestry...The children of whom used to play/be friends with my friend's mother and uncle back when they were kids..

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    The really high Greek/South Italian + a little Northern European + a bit of West Asian looks like a NE Aegean profile on MH to me. The only 100% Greek/Southern Italian folks I have seen were Ikarians, and my family scores from 75-90%.

    If you want to PM me the GEDmatch kit number, I can compare to the lists I have for NE_Aegean islands. The cousin matches should tell the tale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greekscholar View Post
    The really high Greek/South Italian + a little Northern European + a bit of West Asian looks like a NE Aegean profile on MH to me. The only 100% Greek/Southern Italian folks I have seen were Ikarians, and my family scores from 75-90%.

    If you want to PM me the GEDmatch kit number, I can compare to the lists I have for NE_Aegean islands. The cousin matches should tell the tale.
    PM sent
    Thanks for your willingness to help

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    Quote Originally Posted by lacreme View Post
    PM sent
    Thanks for your willingness to help
    PM sent back, we may be able to get somewhere with GEDmatch on this one.

    Basic modeling seems to confirm what others are saying. You can see the mixture of island and mainland (but possible from NE Aegean-like admixture) with a shift towards Anatolia.

    arget: ChrisMom_scaled
    Distance: 0.8042% / 0.00804177 | ADC: 0.25x RC
    65.6 Greek_Crete
    22.8 Greek_Macedonia
    11.6 Greek_Cappadocia

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryS. View Post
    Eurogenes and G25 are from the same person so that explains thier leaning, but what data is used for her to plot differently? Why would she plot differently?
    I didn't mean that she should plot differently. We are trying to figure out her biological father's autosomal and I just make some hypotheses.
    Distance: 2.2672% / 0.02267223
    Target: Christos_scaled
    78.1 update_Peloponnese(Lakonia+Arkadia+older academic samples)
    21.9 Greek_Thessaly

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    I don’t think G25 and Eurogenes being from the same person means anything. What does mean something is the samples used. If someone ran Eurogenes K13 and plotted the results they would plot one way, and that’s that because the sampling is static. But if someone tried to mimic a K13 with G25, they might use different samples for certain categories, thus possibly shifting the plot one way or another. How significant the shift is depends.
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