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  • EdwardRHill
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    The only thing new about K13 is Amerindain (American Indian just a guess on my part).

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  • ~Elizabeth~
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    Eurogenes added a K13 to Gedmatch.

    Eurogenes:
    Hunter Gatherer vs Farmer
    K9
    K10
    K11
    K12
    Kb
    Kb_New
    K13


    This for overall percentages and a colorful pie chart --> http://ww2.gedmatch.com:8006/autosomal/ap_mix1_euro.php


    And the Admixture Proportions by Chromosome is also very interesting because I can see how my percentages vary from chromosome to chromosome and shows how I peak in some categories--> http://ww2.gedmatch.com:8006/autosom...mix1w_euro.php



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    My Eurogenes Gedmatch K12b_New 1E-7 Admixture proportions by Chromosome:




    My Eurogenes Gedmatch K13 1E-7 overall scores and pie chart:




    My Eurogenes Gedmatch K13 1E-7 by chromosome:



    Last edited by ~Elizabeth~; 7 May 2012, 12:59 AM.

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  • Colin
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    K12b_new Admixture Proportions

    This utility uses the revised Eurogenes K12b model, created by Davidski. Questions and comments about this model
    should be directed to him at his Eurogenes blog. We appreciate him making this excellent tool available here.

    Kit Number: F170975 Iteration: 475 Delta-Q: 8.293660e-06 Elapsed Time: 28.30 seconds


    Population
    Western European 46.99%
    Siberian 0.25%
    East African -
    West Central Asian 0.20%
    South Asian 0.94%
    West African -
    Caucasus 6.17%
    Finnish 9.38%
    Mediterranean 13.52%
    Southwest Asian 0.72%
    North European 21.46%
    East Asian 0.31%

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  • Colin
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    Hunter_Gatherer vs. Farmer Admixture Proportions

    This utility uses the Hunter_Gatherer vs. Farmer model, created by Davidski. Questions and comments about this model
    should be directed to him at his Eurogenes blog. We appreciate him making this excellent tool available here.

    Kit Number: F170975 Iteration: 600 Delta-Q: 7.720722e-06 Elapsed Time: 36.67 seconds


    Population
    Anatolian Farmer 7.03%
    Baltic Hunter Gatherer 56.73%
    Middle Eastern Herder -
    East Asian Farmer 0.19%
    South American Hunter Gatherer -
    South Asian Hunter Gatherer 0.54%
    North Eurasian Hunter Gatherer 0.25%
    East African Pastoralist -
    Oceanian Hunter Gatherer 0.91%
    Mediterranean Farmer 34.18%
    Pygmy Hunter Gatherer 0.15%
    Bantu Farmer -

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  • JuanCarlos
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    Thank you, Elizabeth.

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  • ~Elizabeth~
    started a topic Update from Eurogenes

    Update from Eurogenes

    Update from Davidski/Polako of Eurogenes:

    "please encourage everyone to run the Gedmatch tests again, and to state their ancestry in the field provided."



    "Tuesday, May 1, 2012
    Please fill in your ancestry info at Gedmatch

    As most of you know, there are now seven Eurogenes ancestry tests available at Gedmatch (see here). I was planning to provide a detailed guide to each test, with information about the distribution of all the clusters in a variety of ethnic groups. However, the problem is that I can't quite reproduce the results from Gedmatch with the software on my laptop.

    Sometimes the scores differ by as much as 10%. This isn't an issue for those of you taking the tests, because it's the relative results that matter, and these will always be correct as long as everyone uses the same algorithm at Gedmatch. Nevertheless, it means that I can't say with certainly where the clusters peak, and what their average scores are in different ethnic groups.

    So, the only way around this problem is to ask everyone what they're getting. To that effect, the Eurogenes Gedmatch tests now come with an option to provide your ancestry as you take the tests. The ancestry info and the results go straight to me, without any raw data being revealed. When enough people from relevant ethnic groups provide me with data, you'll see some really cool stuff here, like maps and such."


    Click here to go to the Eurogenes section at Gedmatch






    from other thread: http://forums.familytreedna.com/show...78&postcount=1
    Last edited by ~Elizabeth~; 2 May 2012, 07:44 AM.
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