Have ADMIXTURE run on your genetic data

Gene ExpressionBy Razib KhanOct 31, 2010 7:51 AM


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The last 24 hours of the initial sample collection phase of the Dodecad Ancestry Project are upon us. So if you have raw 23andMe data, you got a day to send it in, if you're of the following groups: -Greeks (not necessarily from Greece: Cypriots, Pontic Greeks from the former USSR, North Epirotes, Griko speakers from Italy, -Muslim rumca speakers from Turkey, etc. are all accepted) -People from the Balkans -People from Anatolia -People from the Caucasus -Italians -Non-Indo-European speakers from Europe (e.g., Finns, Hungarians, Basques) -Scandinavians and Icelanders -Iranians -Armenians -Jews from Italy, the Balkans, or Anatolia -Assyrians -Arabs The point of the project is to get a better picture of genetic variation in Eurasia, especially in undersampled groups.

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