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    K6 population averages spreadsheet and maps

    What it says on the tin.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...U2TzH0/pubhtml

    Maps:

    Pre-Yamnaya:


    Middle Eastern:


    Yamnaya:

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    My Results from North East of Anatolia does not fit with the map except pre-yamnaya.


    Yamnaya_related 0.039816
    WHG_extra 0.017804
    ENA 0.00001
    Middle_Eastern 0.771227
    Pre-Yamnaya 0.171133
    Sub-Saharan 0.00001

    Due to ethnic and georgraphic diversity in Middle East, some maps may not fits with reality.

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    Would be interesting to make an ancient version of a map like this, so one could see the differences since the Middle Neolithic or earlier, too few samples at the moment though, would be many blank spots.
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    K6 is not a real admixture calculator. It shows the similarities of populations to a specific ancient DNA, the Yamnaya. Yamnaya itself does not indicate a single component. It had already combination of several components. This experiment was to understand similarities to Yamnaya. But we dont know those similarities is related with before Yapmnaya (PIE expansion) or after Yamnaya. As we look at the similarity map it seems Yamnaya people spread over Europe and Gedrosa which fits with other historical and Genetic evidences. Interesting part is the south of the Caucasia. Similarities drops down immediately which also proves that Great Caucaus mountains create a barrier on PIE expansion.
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    What do Extra WHG and Pre Yamnyaya refer to. Why does the extra WHG component even exist because it occurs in minute percentages in every population.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamilgangster View Post
    What do Extra WHG and Pre Yamnyaya refer to. Why does the extra WHG component even exist because it occurs in minute percentages in every population.
    Extra WHG is the component which Yamnaya samples does not have. Thats the what i understood. I might be wrong.

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    Whats ironic is that the Yamnyaya component peaks among nonindoeuropeans

    The Udmurts who have the highest frequency of it also have a very unique phenotype. Very pale skin and high frequency of redheads

    https://www.google.com/search?q=udmu...ml%3B391%3B333

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamilgangster View Post
    Whats ironic is that the Yamnyaya component peaks among nonindoeuropeans

    The Udmurts who have the highest frequency of it also have a very unique phenotype. Very pale skin and high frequency of redheads

    https://www.google.com/search?q=udmu...ml%3B391%3B333
    If you look at it in a geographical sense though it makes sense since the Udmurts come from an area that is very close to the original Yamnaya homeland.

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