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    I got my G25 results and this is what they look like.

    I'm not exactly experienced with this type of thing but I went on vahaduo and got my results shown here. What does this mean? Thanks.
    https://imgur.com/a/RdRoT3W

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    I wonder if those Caucasian populations are indicative of anything...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboy View Post
    I'm not exactly experienced with this type of thing but I went on vahaduo and got my results shown here. What does this mean? Thanks.
    https://imgur.com/a/RdRoT3W
    It tells you which modern populations you're genetically closest to and how your autosomal ancestry might break down if modelled via all modern groups included in the Global25 datasheet. Other French individuals would get similar breakdowns (including the traces of Caucasus etc.) so the second one might not be that informative unless you have recent, more "exotic" ancestry. Are you from east France?

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    Sorry I should have said my known ancestry. I'm actually mixed with quite a bit. My mothers side is English/Irish, French Canadian, and Belarusian and Russian Jewish. My dads side is South German, East German, and Slovaks from Vojvodina. I can't really answer your question on where in France my ancestors came from, as I was not able to track my family back to France

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    Sorry I should have included my known ancestry for reference. My great grandparent was Jewish, could that be what it's picking up?

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    I don't want to sound too sarcastic, but this little exchange says a lot about a lot of things. For example on the informative value of these G25 "models" when the target is hyper-mixed, on that of these so-called French regional references, on the informative value of G25 distances. And of course on the mass of prejudices which still govern the thoughts of some. "Other French individuals would get similar breakdowns" ... delectable.
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    Can you share your scaled and unscaled coords?
    [1] "distance%=2.9299"

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    EEF,51.4
    BALTIC_BA,12.6
    GANJ_DAREH,10.8
    CHG,10.4
    MIDDLE_EAST,10
    ANE,2.4
    TAFORALT,1.8
    WHG,0.6

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboy View Post
    Sorry I should have said my known ancestry. I'm actually mixed with quite a bit. My mothers side is English/Irish, French Canadian, and Belarusian and Russian Jewish. My dads side is South German, East German, and Slovaks from Vojvodina. I can't really answer your question on where in France my ancestors came from, as I was not able to track my family back to France
    I'm afraid G25 won't be very useful to you because of your regional mix, but you still might have fun playing around with the coordinates. We have many threads in this Autosomal section with amateur calculators you can use on Vahaduo or using other sites/software.

    If you have older, living family members, you'd probably be better off getting them tested if your goal is to get a finer picture of your different ancestral components.

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    Hello, is this what you are referring to?
    0.122929,0.132019,0.048271,0.026163,0.0437,0.00557 8,0.007755,0.008077,0.000205,0.004374,-0.00341,-0.001649,-0.008622,-0.00578,0.007465,0.01538,0.011995,-0.00038,0.002137,0.009004,0.013476,0.004328,0.0003 7,0.006266,0.001197

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    Quote Originally Posted by passenger View Post
    I'm afraid G25 won't be very useful to you because of your regional mix, but you still might have fun playing around with the coordinates. We have many threads in this Autosomal section with amateur calculators you can use on Vahaduo or using other sites/software.

    If you have older, living family members, you'd probably be better off getting them tested if your goal is to get a finer picture your different ancestral components.
    Shame to hear that. I heard many talking about G25 and figured I'd see what it's about. I was able to get both of my parents tested, but they don't feel comfortable uploading their data anywhere. So to their wishes I will not do so. Thanks maybe I will check a few of them out.

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