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DracoSentien
2019-05-23, 22:32
Has anyone tried admixture studio 12 here ? I think some have going by at least one post here. Anyone else noticed the calculator suite is slow as balls since it has to run on your own computer rather than high end xeon powered servers ? I am using it on a relatively new generation pentium i3. I am processing Tolan's K71 and it has been running for it has been running for an hour and forty minutes and it is only 30% completed. It might have to do with it being Beta software, too. What do you think ? Please opine

Magnetic
2019-05-24, 00:01
do you mean Admixture Studio v1.2 Beta ?

DracoSentien
2019-05-24, 00:06
do you mean Admixture Studio v1.2 Beta ?

Yeah, broham !

Magnetic
2019-05-24, 00:27
Yeah, broham !

its' actually a good tool because you dont need to use the R program the whole time where you have to go through several steps . with the admix studio all you need to do is to click on your raw data file and then choose a calc and run it

another good thing about it is that you can see the oracles instantly and can even choose the number of populations in the listing of the oracle . you can for example use to see 100 populations instead of the 20 from gedmatch

DracoSentien
2019-05-24, 01:11
its' actually a good tool because you dont need to use the R program the whole time where you have to go through several steps . with the admix studio all you need to do is to click on your raw data file and then choose a calc and run it

another good thing about it is that you can see the oracles instantly and can even choose the number of populations in the listing of the oracle . you can for example use to see 100 populations instead of the 20 from gedmatch

No shit Broham I'm not a novice. R based nMonte type stuff is less userfriendly but significantly faster.

...And since it took so motherfucking long to process you better believe I am posting my results :

https://beta-static.photobucket.com/images/v336/naudiz/0/35cc6655-6e4a-45af-98c1-372128e13c0e-original.png?width=1920&height=1080&fit=bounds

53.68 Netherlands (The Frisians invaded England)
18.32 SouthWest England
10.72 Oracadian (Scottish British)
6.8% Denmark (England gets its name from Danish Angle invaders)

etc... etc...

I am an uber invader of England because if this calculator had Oracles my number population would be English but their English sample is small they don't have like midlands and West midlands England etc...

beyoku
2019-05-24, 15:06
Has anyone tried admixture studio 12 here ? I think some have going by at least one post here. Anyone else noticed the calculator suite is slow as balls since it has to run on your own computer rather than high end xeon powered servers ? I am using it on a relatively new generation pentium i3. I am processing Tolan's K71 and it has been running for it has been running for an hour and forty minutes and it is only 30% completed. It might have to do with it being Beta software, too. What do you think ? Please opine

Its fast on my computer.
All you have is an i3? :lol:

DracoSentien
2019-05-25, 05:03
Its fast on my computer.
All you have is an i3? :lol:

Are you trolling me ? I doubt you even ran it as I have heard others complain it is slow too. I have a laptop too and laptop, not desktop core i5's, are only dual core like the i3's and they draw more battery power from a laptop . I don't do gaming nor things like high end graphics or video editing. It's not like when I bought the laptop I was like "Gee, I need a high power core i7 to run Admixture studio 12 !".

The statistical program R with nMonte , while not superfast, still runs faster , on my system, so I suspect it is the software that is the problem especially since it is beta.

DracoSentien
2019-05-31, 14:48
Its fast on my computer.
All you have is an i3? :lol:

Maybe, you choose calculators with low components. I tried K71 which has 71 components ! But I just ran Tolan k7 M1 and it only took 10 minutes compared to like 3 hours for K71.

My results :

67.64% Northern European
28.98% Mediterranean
3.02% Caspian sea

See ? This is what I am talking about when I say the only difference between Germany and England , racially , is the Mediterranean (England) vs the Alpine (Germany).

Here is an Irish result :

Component %
Mediterranean 48.94%
North-Euro 46.13%
Caspian-Sea 4.94%

See ? I am more Anglo-Saxon as the Irish result is significantly different. K13 is a crap calculator for the British isles as it does not breakdown atlantic and north sea but smooshes them together causing it to call me 'Irish' meanwhile the k15 (named 15 for the 2 extra components of breaking down atlantic and north sea) correctly has me as English as my first population.

DracoSentien
2019-05-31, 14:58
Admixture studio is now on its version 3 but I can't get it because the link is dead. I found out earlier versions, like the one I have, don't do so well with the ancestrydna formatting so I used my converted 23andme file for it and that might make it run faster too.

beyoku
2019-05-31, 15:56
Maybe, you choose calculators with low components. I tried K71 which has 71 components ! But I just ran Tolan k7 M1 and it only took 10 minutes compared to like 3 hours for K71.
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K71 took me less than 2 minutes.
You need a faster computer.

DracoSentien
2019-05-31, 16:03
K71 took me less than 2 minutes.
You need a faster computer.

Do you use the advanced option and change the SNPs or something ? I hope you are not playing with me because you know we are not the best of buddies here. 2 minutes seems exaggerated. Some guy firemonkey on anthrogenica was complaining it was slow too and they told him to do some stuff in the advanced option tab and some other stuff. I also don't have version 3 because the link is dead now -- I have 1.2 which is highly Beat (not ready for prime time).:confused:

DracoSentien
2019-05-31, 16:40
K71 took me less than 2 minutes.
You need a faster computer.

I doubt it took 2 minutes it has to run through 71 populations. I found it faster to use 23andme format, rather than ancestrydna format, and it is faster with lower populations. Most of the calculators don't run terribly slow but Tolan k71 is a monster. I have an 8th generation core i3 not the fastest processor but not obsolete either. I work with the Kotlin programming language for Android it does not need to be compiled just like java doesn't. If I was doing some monster compiling of C++ or something I would get an i7.

DracoSentien
2019-05-31, 17:11
Alright, I just ran Eurogenes K15 in Admixture studio 12 and it took a little less than 5 minutes.Nothing wrong with my computer ! :

https://hosting.photobucket.com/images/v336/naudiz/0/37bb43ee-9703-42c0-bf89-26f2aee81a67-original.png?width=1920&height=1080&fit=bounds

The Oracle is way better in admixture studio :

Least-squares method.

Using 1 populations approximation
1 100% Southwest_English @ 4.152
2 100% Southeast_English @ 4.238
3 100% North_Dutch @ 4.438
4 100% Danish @ 4.764
5 100% West_Scottish @ 4.938
6 100% Irish @ 4.995
7 100% Orcadian @ 5.152
8 100% Icelandic @ 5.803
9 100% North_German @ 6.132
10 100% Hinxton1 @ 7.599
New populations: 56

Using 2 populations approximation
1 50% North_Dutch + 50% Southwest_English @ 3.048
2 50% Danish + 50% Southwest_English @ 3.107
3 50% Icelandic + 50% Southwest_English @ 3.346
4 50% Orcadian + 50% South_Dutch @ 3.448
5 50% North_German + 50% Orcadian @ 3.483
6 50% Orcadian + 50% Southwest_English @ 3.553
7 50% Hinxton2 + 50% South_Dutch @ 3.563
8 50% North_Dutch + 50% Southeast_English @ 3.583
9 50% Norwegian + 50% Southwest_English @ 3.619
10 50% Southwest_English + 50% West_Scottish @ 3.695

Using 3 populations approximation
1 33% East_German + 33% Hinxton3 + 33% Southwest_English @ 2.554
2 33% East_German + 33% Hinxton3 + 33% Southeast_English @ 2.713
3 33% Hinxton1 + 33% North_German + 33% Southwest_English @ 2.755
4 33% East_German + 33% Hinxton3 + 33% Irish @ 2.829
5 33% North_German + 33% Orcadian + 33% Southwest_English @ 2.868
6 33% East_German + 33% Hinxton3 + 33% West_Scottish @ 2.901
7 33% Icelandic + 33% Orcadian + 33% South_Dutch @ 2.920
8 33% East_German + 33% Orcadian + 33% Orcadian @ 2.927
9 33% East_German + 33% Hinxton3 + 33% Orcadian @ 2.935
10 33% Norwegian + 33% Southwest_English + 33% Southwest_English @ 2.970

Using 4 populations approximation
1 25% East_German + 25% Hinxton3 + 25% Orcadian + 25% Southwest_English @ 2.246
2 25% East_German + 25% Hinxton3 + 25% Southwest_English + 25% West_Scottish @ 2.308
3 25% East_German + 25% Hinxton3 + 25% Irish + 25% Southwest_English @ 2.320
4 25% East_German + 25% Hinxton3 + 25% Southwest_English + 25% Southwest_English @ 2.368
5 25% East_German + 25% Hinxton3 + 25% Southeast_English + 25% Southwest_English @ 2.378
6 25% East_German + 25% Orcadian + 25% Orcadian + 25% Orcadian @ 2.379
7 25% East_German + 25% Hinxton3 + 25% Icelandic + 25% Southwest_English @ 2.504
8 25% East_German + 25% Hinxton3 + 25% Orcadian + 25% Southeast_English @ 2.509
9 25% Hinxton1 + 25% North_German + 25% Southwest_English + 25% Southwest_English @ 2.576
10 25% East_German + 25% Orcadian + 25% Orcadian + 25% Southwest_English @ 2.576

See that Hinxton3 sample ? that is super Anglo-Saxon before the Norman invasion it is not even modern Anglo-Saxon but more Anglo-Saxon than modern English people. See the East German ? Modern Southern England is 25% German. The only things keeping me in the native British realm is the 25% Orcadian Scottish (which is significantly part Norse) and 25% SouthWest English is Wessex or West Saxon British.

Whatup nig-nogs ? I am a super duper Saxon invader of Britain ! My k15 plot is in between Southern England and Denmark and England gets its name from the Angles from Denmark (Angland) :

https://images.indianexpress.com/2018/04/superman-christopher-reeve-759.jpg?w=759&h=422&imflag=true

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Motherfuckers were all like calling me a potato nigger on this forum and shiznit !:sly::mad::rant:

DracoSentien
2019-06-14, 10:16
Hinxton-3 ancient sample
Cambridgshire, UK
Gedmatch : F999922

Actually, Hinxton3 is celto-germanic and one is Irish profiled and the rest are pure celto-germanic.