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    Thread: G25 Euro Countries
Post: RE: G25 Euro Countries

Target: MythbusterGeneral Distance: 1.2995% / 0.01299456 | ADC: 0.25x RC 36.4 Liechtensteiner 28.6 Russian 18.4 Slovakian 9.6 Turkish 7.0 Swedish
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Autosomal (auDNA) 27 1,051 05-11-2024, 10:51 AM
    Thread: Hungarian Discussion Thread
Post: RE: Hungarian Discussion Thread

The administrator of the Hungarian FTDNA project recently managed to come to the conclusion, that the highly likely ethnic origin of the Hunyadi family originates from a Vlach family that lived in Bul...
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Central 21 965 05-01-2024, 10:33 AM
    Thread: Myheritage *NOT* updating results
Post: RE: Myheritage *NOT* updating results

One can only hope that finally one of these leading companies will pay more closer attention to Eastern Europe and start to show a regional breakdown, because there are pretty considerable differences...
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MyHeritage 40 2,931 03-09-2024, 11:27 AM
    Thread: Yang et al. 2024: Inferring language dispersal patterns with velocity field estimatio
Post: RE: Yang et al. 2024: Inferring language dispersal...

To me it's rather fascinating to see that when everyone thought the steppe origin of Indo-European languages was a done deal, in recent years the Middle Eastern origin hypothesis seems to gain new adh...
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Linguistics 2 299 03-03-2024, 12:28 PM
    Thread: Modeling Polish ancestry
Post: RE: Modelling Polish ancestry

From what modern Polish results I've seen throughout the years, what became clear to me is how much ancient Germanic ancestry they lack compared to other East-Central Europeans, looking more similar t...
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Ancient (aDNA) 132 6,467 03-03-2024, 11:36 AM
    Thread: Subforum ideas
Post: RE: Subforum ideas

I know it's not a massive thing but I wonder how come Bulgaria is named under the East European rather than the South European sub-forum, where all the rest of Balkanic countries are under?
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Suggestions 27 871 02-19-2024, 11:51 AM
    Thread: Native Americans from the USA and Canada
Post: RE: Native Americans from the USA and Canada

Great thread, dedicated to such an understudied groups of people. I believe simulated coordinates are also very valuable additions to many of these underrepresented tribes. Can we have a database for ...
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Autosomal (auDNA) 318 12,841 02-09-2024, 03:14 PM
    Thread: Seeing language from the DNA
Post: RE: Seeing language from the DNA

Ebizur Wrote: (02-04-2024, 07:16 PM) -- Bjørn Wrote: (02-04-2024, 06:00 PM) -- I would like to interject, as I’ve found Jaska’s discussions about this to be very common sense and haven’t quite under...
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Linguistics 164 6,854 02-09-2024, 01:11 PM
    Thread: G25 Alwakeel Lingua Franca & G25 New language detector
Post: RE: G25 Alwakeel Lingua Franca & G25 New language ...

Target: MythbusterGeneral Distance: 1.1450% / 0.01145041 | ADC: 0.25x RC 65.2 BaltoSlavic 12.0 Germanic 10.2 Basque 8.6 North_Western_Caucaus 4.0 Turkic
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Autosomal (auDNA) 16 595 02-09-2024, 12:46 PM
    Thread: Croatian Migration Era breakdown
Post: RE: Croatian Migration Era breakdown

I like this calculator, solid approximation: Target: MythbusterGeneral Distance: 1.4216% / 0.01421575 44.8 Slavic_medieval 26.0 Illyro-Roman 25.8 Germanic_medieval 3.4 Asian
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Autosomal (auDNA) 88 4,596 01-18-2024, 11:50 AM
    Thread: Hungarian Discussion Thread
Post: RE: Hungarian Discussion Thread

Source of humor from Hungary: according to recent 2022 census 2439 people declared themselves as Scythians and 345 as Huns, lol. Also 327 as Cumans and 233 as Jász, both long-gone populations, but at ...
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Central 21 965 01-03-2024, 10:32 AM
    Thread: Coming Soon: Y-DNA Haplogroups for Family Finder
Post: RE: Coming Soon: Y-DNA Haplogroups for Family Find...

Vinitharya Wrote: (01-02-2024, 03:25 PM) -- CTS3402 is very general; my haplogroup is from 23andMe and is much more specific, which is just in my case due to luck, as it is found primarily in people ...
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FTDNA 560 26,369 01-02-2024, 07:39 PM
    Thread: Coming Soon: Y-DNA Haplogroups for Family Finder
Post: RE: Coming Soon: Y-DNA Haplogroups for Family Find...

I am curious in any of your educated opinions: I have merged my 23andMe V3 and Ancestry autosomal files and this merged file got this Y-DNA prediction by YSEQ Cladefinder: R1a-CTS3402. Do you guys see...
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FTDNA 560 26,369 01-02-2024, 01:43 PM
    Thread: Distribution of Y-chromosome DNA from around the world
Post: RE: Distribution of Y-chromosome DNA from around t...

Villanovan Wrote: (12-14-2023, 05:20 PM) -- Mythbuster General Wrote: (11-11-2023, 11:02 AM) -- I wanted to create a thread where we can collectively post all the data that we have regarding Y-DNA d...
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Other 54 2,548 12-15-2023, 01:18 PM
    Thread: Coming Soon: Y-DNA Haplogroups for Family Finder
Post: RE: Coming Soon: Y-DNA Haplogroups for Family Find...

Riverman Wrote: (12-07-2023, 12:56 PM) -- Hygelac Wrote: (12-06-2023, 08:42 AM) -- Haplogroups for family finder matches have finally started to appear. Good intermediate haplogroups so far too. -- ...
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FTDNA 560 26,369 12-07-2023, 01:10 PM
    Thread: Coming Soon: Y-DNA Haplogroups for Family Finder
Post: RE: Coming Soon: Y-DNA Haplogroups for Family Find...

Does this new feature assign Y-DNA to users that uploaded their autosomal results from Ancestry and 23andMe, because I haven't been assigned any Y-DNA yet?
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FTDNA 560 26,369 12-07-2023, 12:50 PM
    Thread: Distribution of Y-chromosome DNA from around the world
Post: RE: Distribution of Y-chromosome DNA from around t...

The German and French leak data seem to contain a very large dataset, meaning they might be the most solid regional breakdowns yet for the two countries.
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Other 54 2,548 12-07-2023, 12:38 PM
    Thread: Bronze Age calculator 2023 (Davide Von Gauss)
Post: RE: Bronze Age calculator 2023 (Davide Von Gauss)

Target: MythbusterGeneral Distance: 1.3629% / 0.01362945 | ADC: 0.25x RC 28.4 SVN_BA 24.2 HUN_BA 17.6 GRC_Logkas_MBA 16.4 Baltic_BA 6.2 UZB_Dzharkutan2_BA 3.0 Unetice 2.4 Han 1.8 FIN_Levanluh...
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Autosomal (auDNA) 33 1,579 11-13-2023, 09:55 AM
    Thread: Proto-Indo-European and Indo-Anatolian
Post: RE: Proto-Indo-European and Indo-Anatolian

Way too many separate things correlate together so well, as eloquently presented by Anthony, for anybody still have major doubts in a Pontic-Caspian place of origin for PIE.
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Linguistics 21 1,380 11-12-2023, 05:00 PM
    Thread: Distribution of Y-chromosome DNA from around the world
Post: RE: Distribution of Y-chromosome DNA from around t...

Riverman Wrote: (11-12-2023, 01:32 PM) -- There are regional samples from the German FTDNA project. Some regions are less reliable though, because the number of testers is pretty different from regio...
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Other 54 2,548 11-12-2023, 02:03 PM