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People who are indigenous American (Fully and almost fully)
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Post people results who are scoring 90-100% Indigenous American.

It doesn't matter the DNA test or if it's Gedmatch/G25.
AncestryDNA (2023): 56% European, 37% Indigenous Mexican, 4% SSA & 3% MENA

AncestryDNA (2023 hack): 57.27% European, 35.81% Indigenous Mexican, 3.46% MENA & 3.45% SSA

Admixture model by I Olalde · 2019
[1] "penalty= 0.001"
[1] "Ncycles= 2000"
[1] "distance%=2.039"

        Jalisciense

Iberian EMA,48.6
Native American,34.8
Moroccan LN,8.8
Levantine EBA,4
African,3.8
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From USA:

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AncestryDNA (2023): 56% European, 37% Indigenous Mexican, 4% SSA & 3% MENA

AncestryDNA (2023 hack): 57.27% European, 35.81% Indigenous Mexican, 3.46% MENA & 3.45% SSA

Admixture model by I Olalde · 2019
[1] "penalty= 0.001"
[1] "Ncycles= 2000"
[1] "distance%=2.039"

        Jalisciense

Iberian EMA,48.6
Native American,34.8
Moroccan LN,8.8
Levantine EBA,4
African,3.8
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I remember I made/found a list of r/23andMe results that were >90% indigenous, found the Genoplot archive of that Anthrogenica thread (here's the original r/23andMe thread link)

https://np.reddit.com/r/23andme/comments...in_mexico/ 94% indigenous, family from Cuernavaca, Morelos
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I came across an individual from the White Mountain Apache tribe in Arizona with 99% Indigenous Americas on AncestryDNA:


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Apologies for the old, unupdated results, but here is a Navajo individual:

   

And an Ecuadorian:

   

I think this Mexican guy is probably from a particular indigenous ethnic group, but I'm not sure which one:


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(12-31-2023, 01:55 AM)okarinaofsteiner Wrote: I remember I made/found a list of r/23andMe results that were >90% indigenous, found the Genoplot archive of that Anthrogenica thread (here's the original r/23andMe thread link)

https://np.reddit.com/r/23andme/comments...in_mexico/ 94% indigenous, family from Cuernavaca, Morelos
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(01-11-2024, 12:43 AM)fished Wrote: Apologies for the old, unupdated results, but here is a Navajo individual:



And an Ecuadorian:



I think this Mexican guy is probably from a particular indigenous ethnic group, but I'm not sure which one:

Thanks bros, but I made a thread for each zone in Las Americas.

Here are the Native Americans from USA and Canada.
AncestryDNA (2023): 56% European, 37% Indigenous Mexican, 4% SSA & 3% MENA

AncestryDNA (2023 hack): 57.27% European, 35.81% Indigenous Mexican, 3.46% MENA & 3.45% SSA

Admixture model by I Olalde · 2019
[1] "penalty= 0.001"
[1] "Ncycles= 2000"
[1] "distance%=2.039"

        Jalisciense

Iberian EMA,48.6
Native American,34.8
Moroccan LN,8.8
Levantine EBA,4
African,3.8
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