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    Largest genetic country barriers in Europe

    I used G25 distances for this and in cases there was no country average, then I used a specific regional average that borders another country or region from another country (some countries or border regions unfortunately don't have averages on G25):

    1. North Finnish-Norwegian 0.08566555
    2. North Finnish-Swedish 0.07344463
    3. Austrian-Italian Veneto 0.05661876
    4. Austrian-Italian Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol 0.05420183
    5. Italian Lombardy-Swiss German 0.05118360
    6. Romanian-Ukrainian Zarkapattia 0.05067191
    7. German-Polish 0.04974627
    8. Albanian-Montenegrin 0.04737348
    9. French Auvergne-Italian Piedmont 0.04563178
    10. Hungarian-Romanian 0.04097369
    Modern Ancestry
    1. East Alpine 52%
    2. Pannonian 25.2%
    3. Northeast German 15.8%
    4. Volga-Uralic (Bashkir) 7%
    Ancient Ancestry
    1. Yamnaya 47.2%
    2. Anatolia 39.0%
    3. WHG 11.6%
    4. Han 2.2%

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    FYI the Piedmont samples are Ligurians from southern Piedmont if you didn't know already

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    Quote Originally Posted by chum View Post
    FYI the Piedmont samples are Ligurians from southern Piedmont if you didn't know already
    Weird in this case that they are using it as the representative average for whole Piedmont. Are there other such mislabeling in the spreadsheet?
    Modern Ancestry
    1. East Alpine 52%
    2. Pannonian 25.2%
    3. Northeast German 15.8%
    4. Volga-Uralic (Bashkir) 7%
    Ancient Ancestry
    1. Yamnaya 47.2%
    2. Anatolia 39.0%
    3. WHG 11.6%
    4. Han 2.2%

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