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    Default Global 25 mega plot

    Thanks to ph2ter for putting me on this.

    On this particular plot, I plot in southwestern Germany. For the most part, it's pretty accurate.

    "Alstrohma" is my 23andme V5 and "Alfred89" is my 23andme V3 conversion. As you can see they are basically in the same clusters, just spread out a bit.


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    Anyone plotted on this?

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    I am as Ruderico, but I'm not on that image because I'm too western


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    [1] "distance%=1.9349"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gründig View Post
    Anyone plotted on this?
    I'm there, in the Scottish and Irish circles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasconcelos View Post
    I am as Ruderico, but I'm not on that image because I'm too western


    https://www.dropbox.com/s/9pyeq48ouf...untry.png?dl=0
    Where do you plot? It's blurry.

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    I'm there, in the Scottish and Irish circles.
    Accurate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gründig View Post
    Where do you plot? It's blurry.



    Accurate?
    It's consistent with all other calculators so I guess so. I don't plot between my parents in any PCA, I'm less continental shifted than both of them for some reason.

    Big difference between your 23andme V3 and V5 positions, shows how dodgy the latter is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Ketch View Post
    It's consistent with all other calculators so I guess so. I don't plot between my parents in any PCA, I'm less continental shifted than both of them for some reason.

    Big difference between your 23andme V3 and V5 positions, shows how dodgy the latter is.
    I don't consider it a big difference at all, they are basically in the same clusters. On some other plots they are practically on top of each other.

    From numerous comparisons the V3 seems to be more realistic. However, I use both to help paint a better picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gründig View Post
    I don't consider it a big difference at all, they are basically in the same clusters. On some other plots they are practically on top of each other.

    From numerous comparisons the V3 seems to be more realistic. However, I use both to help paint a better picture.
    It's surprising to me how much the French and Germans overlap tbh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Ketch View Post
    It's surprising to me how much the French and Germans overlap tbh.
    Yea. Parts of the french-east cluster that overlap make sense to me, due to alsace lorraine.

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    Capitalis at Anthrogenica made a few charts aswell

    For these charts I omit low values because they're unstable (run the calculator again and they might not be there). That's why the charts don't go all the way to 100%.

    Portugal (I'm the first one)

    https://postimg.cc/yWmsN15V

    Norway and Iceland

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