K = 11 admixture analysis of Amerindians and Eskimos

At the bottom of this post is a plot for a K = 11 admixture analysis of Old World populations. Above it is a plot of the results of projecting Amerindian, Eskimo, and some Eastern Siberian populations onto the components produced by the Old World analysis.

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6 comments on “K = 11 admixture analysis of Amerindians and Eskimos
  1. norah4you says:

    Reblogged this on Norah4you's Weblog and commented:
    Once again thanks to Genetiker who allows me to reblogg this interesting analyse results.

  2. DYS389ii says:

    Can you include this genome from EBA Asia Minor in a K12 & 16?

    http://www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/data/view/SAMEA3712816

    • Genetiker says:

      Kumtepe 4 (3550–2850 BC) is late Copper Age, not early Bronze Age. Here is a plot for a K = 13 analysis that includes it. It shows more of the medium blue component than the Copper Age Anatolian sample I1584 (3943–3708 BC), which indicates an increased Indo-European presence in western Asia Minor.

      • DYS389ii says:

        Thanks. Great work, as usual.
        You are correct, technically speaking, but it’s still called ‘Bronze Age’ for some reason (anything after 3200 BC in southeastern Europe & Anatolia).

  3. Genetiker says:

    You are correct, technically speaking, but it’s still called ‘Bronze Age’ for some reason (anything after 3200 BC in southeastern Europe & Anatolia).

    Only some parts of Southeastern Europe and Asia Minor had a Bronze Age material culture after 3200 BC. Others still had a Copper Age culture.

    The paper on Kumtepe 4 and 6 states:

    “We generated genome-wide sequence data from two Neolithic individuals…”

    Kumtepe 4 was found in the layer Kumtepe IB, and the supplemental information states:

    “Fishing became more important in the Late Chalcolithic period (Kumtepe IB)…”

  4. DYS389ii says:

    More data from Anatolia http://www.cell.com/current-biology/fulltext/S0960-9822(16)30850-8
    Full sequences but no Y calls 5/8 are males
    Do your magic ?

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