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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Rohlfsen View Post
    This is a whole new deal, from myself. David will be assisting, as he is the only one that knows how to make the calculator at this time. I believe that he is going to show me how to run 23andme and FTDNA files, so genomes can be sent to both of us. So, there will be a new charge, which I am splitting with David. I may come up with a separate one for SC and S Asians, with components from Afanasievo, Sintashta, and Andronovo. Let me finish this one here, I can post the results of the samples I have and go from there.
    Who are ''SC"? South Central Asians?

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    Here is the one without WHG. It made a component that is actually 8% more WHG than Spain MN, and it looks about 44% WHG, 56% Stuttgart. It appears to cover all WHG in the Baltic folks and works pretty well for several Bronze Age samples. I am working on adding a WHG component, and EEF. Spain MN looks about 36% WHG, 64% EEF. It looks pretty solid, just separating WHG and EEF from the MN and Near East, is all that remains. Unless, folks are more interested in testing on this run.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Man View Post
    Who are ''SC"? South Central Asians?
    Yes, that's what I mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Rohlfsen View Post
    Here is the one without WHG. It made a component that is actually 8% more WHG than Spain MN, and it looks about 44% WHG, 56% Stuttgart. It appears to cover all WHG in the Baltic folks and works pretty well for several Bronze Age samples. I am working on adding a WHG component, and EEF. Spain MN looks about 36% WHG, 64% EEF. It looks pretty solid, just separating WHG and EEF from the MN and Near East, is all that remains. Unless, folks are more interested in testing on this run.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing
    I like everyone else most likely am/are most interested in testing on the most accurate run possible. So if it takes a bit longer to tweak things to make the most accurate test possible that is fine by me.

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    Will you post here Chad once the test is ready?

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    Im all for it and willing to pay a reasonable sum if you include the indo iranian samples and the RISE armenians.

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    Yes, there will be some Andronovo, Sintashta, and Armenians in it, to use with R, or Oracle. I'm just trying to maximize the WHG component. Each run tends to take half a day, that's the reason for the delay. Once I feel like I can't do anymore, I'll post results and work with David on setting up the test.

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    I may set one up to be specific for SC Asians, with an Afanasievo, Andronovo, and Sintashta components.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Rohlfsen View Post
    Yes, there will be some Andronovo, Sintashta, and Armenians in it, to use with R, or Oracle. I'm just trying to maximize the WHG component. Each run tends to take half a day, that's the reason for the delay. Once I feel like I can't do anymore, I'll post results and work with David on setting up the test.
    Chad are you trying to maximize actual true WHG type ancestry that comes from Mesolithic European hunter-gatherers that is not part of the WHG like ancestry that is present in the EEF gene pool since we know that the EEF population and even Anatolian Neolithic farmers had/have a good amount of WHG like ancestry in their genomes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Man View Post
    Chad are you trying to maximize actual true WHG type ancestry that comes from Mesolithic European hunter-gatherers that is not part of the WHG like ancestry that is present in the EEF gene pool since we know that the EEF population and even Anatolian Neolithic farmers had/have a good amount of WHG like ancestry in their genomes?
    European specific, above EEF.

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