Skoglund et al. (2012), and the Dodecad Project K7b admixture proportions in order to investigate possible relationships.
In Table S15 the authors estimate the Neolithic farmer ancestry in several populations on the basis of a single Neolithic individual from the Funnel Beaker (TRB) culture which was found in a megalithic burial in Gökhem parish.
Most of these populations are already part of the Dodecad Ancestry Project, except the three Swedish samples; given the intermediacy of the Central_Sweden sample, I have decided to use my Swedish_D sample of Project participants as a stand-in for it.
Below, you can see a scatterplot relating Gök4-related ancestry with K7b "Southern" component:
The correlation between the two variables is very strong (R-squared = 0.93).
Dodecad Project participants who already have K7b results, as well as customers of DTC testing companies who can use DIYDodecad together with the K7b calculator can approximately estimate their Gök4-related ancestry by plugging in their "Southern" value (in %) into the following equation:
Gök4-related ancestry = 1.721*Southern+19.736
I anticipate that when I am able to study the Neolithic Swedish genomes directly, the Neolithic farmer from Sweden will turn up "Southern" in a K=7 resolution experiment.
DOD018 here. I have a ''Southern'' value of 15% in the K7b run. Just want to know if I did this right or not? Here is what I did below.ReplyDelete
1.721 X 15 + 19.736 = 45.551
So my overall possible Gok4-related ancestry in around 45.551%?
It would be wonderful to see also the Gotlander hunter gatherer comparisons.ReplyDelete
Skoglund et al. also looked at allele sharing of moderns with Neolithic hunter gatherers. Is there a way to use your admixtures to calculate this?ReplyDelete
That's weird DOD156 get 121,8% gok-4 related ancestry,how is that even possible ?ReplyDelete
he is 59,3% southern.