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    Quote Originally Posted by Montanini View Post
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    Estimation 1#
    São Paulo 74% Euro, 16% African, 2% East Asian, 8% Amerindian
    Rio de Janeiro 72% Euro 21% African, 7% Amerindian
    Minas Gerais 71% Euro, 22% African, 7% Amerindian
    Espirito Santo 71% Euro, 22% African, 7% Amerindian
    Paraná 79% Euro, 11% African, 9% Amerindian, 1% East Asian
    Santa Catarina 88% Euro, 6% African, 6% Amerindian
    Rio Grande do Sul 84% Euro, 8% African, 8% Amerindian
    DF/Goias 68% Euro, 20% African, 12% Amerindian
    MS: 68% Euro, 19% African, 13% Amerindian
    MT: 62% Euro, 23% African, 15% Amerindian
    Bahia: 54% Euro, 38% African, 8% Amerindian
    Maranhão 54% Euro, 30% African, 16% Amerindian
    Rest of Northeast 64% European, 20% African, 16% Amerindian
    Rondonia: 62% Euro, 16% African, 22% Amerindian
    Rest of North 52% Euro, 18% African, 30% Amerindian

    How could be the result with these numbers?

    For the South (region that I think I'm more informed), I used my own estimation that is a mix of number of Official Census, Genetic Studies, Studies about Surnames, Diverse Studies (Migration, Marriage between ethnicities, Slave trade by regions, Personal Knowledges and other studies; Post 163
    http://www.forumbiodiversity.com/showthread.php?t=47296&page=17"]http://www.forumbiodiversity.com/sho...=47296&page=17[/URL]

    Estimation 2# (with some modification) Ranges
    Santa Catarina 85-90
    Rio Grande do Sul 80-85
    Paraná 75-80
    São Paulo 70-75
    Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais, Espirito Santo, DF, Goias, Mato Grosso do Sul 65-70
    Alagoas, Ceará, Paraíba, Sergipe, Pernambuco, Rio Grande do Norte, Mato Grosso, Rondonia 60-65
    Acre, Tocantins, Piaui 55-60
    Bahia, Maranhão, Amazonas, Roraima, Amapa, Pará 50-55
    You could use the value of 52,5%, 57,5% here etc.

    The first is more Euro maybe, the second estimation is less Euro. Both are realist.
    check this and give me your feedback

    https://www.theapricity.com/forum/sh...ean-Estimation

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmv88 View Post
    check this and give me your feedback

    https://www.theapricity.com/forum/sh...ean-Estimation
    About Argentina nothing has changed since then maybe ~74% European, 24% Amerindian, 2% African to me with ~35% of people being over 90% caucasian.

    Argentina
    Center 80%
    Northeast 68%
    South 68%
    Nortwest 54%

    For Brazil those were my guesses. I would like to see how much Euro Brazil could be with my estimations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Montanini View Post
    About Argentina nothing has changed since then maybe ~74% European, 24% Amerindian, 2% African to me with ~35% of people being over 90% caucasian.

    Argentina
    Center 80%
    Northeast 68%
    South 68%
    Nortwest 54%

    For Brazil those were my guesses. I would like to see how much Euro Brazil could be with my estimations.
    Here you are, your estimations and the result



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    Quote Originally Posted by Montanini View Post
    About Argentina nothing has changed since then maybe ~74% European, 24% Amerindian, 2% African to me with ~35% of people being over 90% caucasian.

    Argentina
    Center 80%
    Northeast 68%
    South 68%
    Nortwest 54%

    For Brazil those were my guesses. I would like to see how much Euro Brazil could be with my estimations.
    check this

    https://www.theapricity.com/forum/sh...tudies-UPDATED

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmv88 View Post
    Here you are, your estimations and the result



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    check this

    https://www.theapricity.com/forum/sh...tudies-UPDATED
    Thanks man, if you analyze about Brazil Center-West and North Brazil cancel each other, so basically Brazil is a mix of Northeast Brazil (~60% Euro), Southeast Brazil (~70% Euro) and Southern Brazil (~80% Euro). So pretty much I agree with these results.

    About Argentina I don't know your country is as heterogeneous as my country, the point is analyze the result that appears more often, to me the Whitest parts of Argentina are the Distrito Federal > Santa Fé > La Pampa > rest of Buenos Aires Province, Cordoba and Entre Rios > Mendoza and Southern Argentina.

    one test with results for Argentina (Buenos Aires), Brazil and Colombia.

    PDF 360: http://dlx.b-ok.org/genesis/1145000/989bb4f8cc50ea3758d1dab43c7bcaa8/_as/[Ranajit_Chakraborty,_C.R._Rao_and_Pranab_Sen_(Eds( b-ok.org).pdf

    879 Samples

    As you can see some Euro component were misinterpreted as African, so the result could be something like ~76% Euro, 22% Amerindian, 2% African.

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