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    It looks like they fixed most of the Asian noise from the earlier versions of 23andme. I'm sharing with alot more than the one's I'm posted. But here's some of the more interesting one's I'm sharing with.(I'm doing this off my school computer).

    Most SSA Afram I'm sharing with


























    One of my relatives from a Triracial Isolate Community.








    Louisiana Creole
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    Bi-Racial. Half Afram/White American

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    You should do a breakdown of SSA% ranges for all Aframs you're sharing with like you did with the old AP results.
    Also interesting to do a separate breakdown of Amerindian %'s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oditous View Post
    You should do a breakdown of SSA% ranges for all Aframs you're sharing with like you did with the old AP results.
    I'll post it later today or tommorrow. I'm sharing with a lot of Aframs on 23andme. It's going to take a while.

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    Is anyone sharing with an Afram over 94% SSA on 23andme?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oditous View Post
    You should do a breakdown of SSA% ranges for all Aframs you're sharing with like you did with the old AP results.
    Also interesting to do a separate breakdown of Amerindian %'s.
    Out of 146 Aframs I'm sharing with.
    85-100% SSA 24%
    65-85% SSA 54%
    65-Under SSA 22%
    The results were similar to the breakdown of Aframs I did earlier(If I could find it). But the average Asian/Amerindian of all the Aframs I'm sharing with is 1%, the SSA is added by 1%, and the Euro is lower by 1%.

    So it averages out to 75% SSA, 23% European, and 1.5% Asian/Amerindian, and the rest is MENA or unassigned.(I did it all on speculative)


    What I found interesting was...

    3% of the Aframs I'm sharing with have significant Native American/Asian admixture(Over 5% Asian/Amerindian)

    14% had minor MENA admixture around 0.5% . It could most likely come from Fulani/Taureg slaves who tend to have MENA admixture. As there is documentation of Fulani/Taureg slaves in North America.

    25% Had minor South Asian admixture. Which could be noise or part of the Amerindian %. I don't really know as there were no documents of South Asian slaves compared to the Indentured servants of the Caribbean.

    Now if we had the breakdowns of West African tribes, the results would be even more interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonboyclem View Post
    Out of 146 Aframs I'm sharing with.

    The results were similar to the breakdown of Aframs I did earlier(If I could find it). But the average Asian/Amerindian of all the Aframs I'm sharing with is 1%, the SSA is added by 1%, and the Euro is lower by 1%.

    So it averages out to 75% SSA, 23% European, and 1.5% Asian/Amerindian, and the rest is MENA or unassigned.(I did it all on speculative)
    That's surprising i thought the SSA would have increased with more. I've been reading on 23&me many Aframs got substantial gains on their SSA results. Not only has the fake Asian disappeared but also the African cluster is including more reference populations besides the Yoruba.

    When I look at the results (speculative) of the Aframs i'm sharing with some even nearly increased their SSA with 10%


    SSA% with AC SSA% with old AP

    87%------------ 84%
    87%-------------85%
    86%-------------81%
    85%-------------81%
    83%-------------74%
    81%-------------77%
    78%-------------72%
    77%-------------69%
    77%-------------68%
    75%-------------72%
    71%-------------64%
    51%-------------44%

    Last one is a LA Creole, he also has the highest NA with 2,5%
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    Quote Originally Posted by oditous View Post
    That's surprising i thought the SSA would have increased with more. I've been reading on 23&me many Aframs got substantial gains on their SSA results. Not only has the fake Asian disappeared but also the African cluster is including more reference populations besides the Yoruba.

    When I look at the results (speculative) of the Aframs i'm sharing with some even nearly increased their SSA with 10%


    SSA% with AC SSA% with old AP

    87% 84%
    87% 85%
    86% 81%
    85% 81%
    83% 74%
    81% 77%
    78% 72%
    77% 69%
    77% 68%
    75% 72%
    71% 64%
    51% 44%

    Last one is a LA Creole, he also has the highest NA with 2,5%
    My SSA increased from 70 to 77% on the new version. But I didn't really notice that much of a change from the Aframs I'm sharing with on 23andme. Might be because I joined on V3. I've heard Aframs on the earlier versions had a lot less SSA than the current versions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonboyclem View Post
    14% had minor MENA admixture around 0.5% . It could most likely come from Fulani/Taureg slaves who tend to have MENA admixture. As there is documentation of Fulani/Taureg slaves in North America.
    Yes i've also seen a few with minor MENA%


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    25% Had minor South Asian admixture. Which could be noise or part of the Amerindian %. I don't really know as there were no documents of South Asian slaves compared to the Indentured servants of the Caribbean.
    ^I'm also showing 1% South Asian now. It used to be just Asian. No clue where it should be coming from

    Quote Originally Posted by jonboyclem View Post
    Now if we had the breakdowns of West African tribes, the results would be even more interesting.
    Yep, can't wait, hope they do it right though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by oditous View Post

    ^I'm also showing 1% South Asian now. It used to be just Asian. No clue where it should be coming from
    That might be just "noise" like the old Asian scores for NWB's on 23andme. I got 0.7 Oceanian on my speculative results, I have no clue where that came from

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonboyclem View Post
    Out of 146 Aframs I'm sharing with.

    The results were similar to the breakdown of Aframs I did earlier(If I could find it).
    Here they go

    Based of 88 Aframs I'm sharing with.

    Average 74% African, 26% European, which varies among individuals

    85-100% African 23 26%
    75-85% African 33 37%
    60-75% African 22 25%
    60- 40% African 10 11%

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    Nice! I take it all but the LA Creoles were admixed with British/Irish types

    Also, this guy has similar breakdown to typical Belizean Kriol:

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