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    Default COSTA RICA 200 GEDMATCH KITS

    Hello.

    I can share with you my 200 gedmatch kits.



    I made a very short video (less than 2 minutes)in youtube so maybe more people could see this. It takes me about 2 years to collect all this samples.

    You can find them here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing
    Basically, we are a mixed population of three components, europeans, natives americans and africans. The biggest component is the european, then the native american and some kind of marginal african blood.

    Probably, this will be the last time that i do this because since the last 100 kits, the results are almost the same ...

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    Good work. Do it for every Central American country and share

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    Nice @Vascontelo!!
    After watch your both videos is interesting that costa ricans of the north region of predominantly colonial origin surpass the 70% euro instead Cartago (the colonial center ) despite some places of north region got filled of nicaraguans and many people there are deeply non-white.
    I have a question, how many kits are outside central valley?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukasz View Post
    Good work. Do it for every Central American country and share
    That's a cool idea. I'll try to find kits from the rest of C.A and maybe in the future i could do this for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CostaRicaBall View Post
    Nice @Vascontelo!!
    After watch your both videos is interesting that costa ricans of the north region of predominantly colonial origin surpass the 70% euro instead Cartago (the colonial center ) despite some places of north region got filled of nicaraguans and many people there are deeply non-white.
    I have a question, how many kits are outside central valley?
    Well i guess it has it's own historical reason. Look, in Cartago we had a town for "brown" people, La puebla de los Pardos, so i guess this helped to foment race mixing because you know imagine to be a spanish "amo" in the colonial era, you had your wife but you had too a lot of slaves or quasi-slaves from differents origins and you could have babies with any of your women if you wanted ... even your slaves.

    In the other hand, San Ramn, San Carlos, Palmares, ETC, were colonized like 200 years after that, by a group of mestizos and some new spaniards. When they arrived to those places, the natives americans were almost extinct.

    About your second question, i would say that no more than 25.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vascontelo View Post
    That's a cool idea. I'll try to find kits from the rest of C.A and maybe in the future i could do this for them.
    If you were able to compare Costa rica with any mexican region which region would it be?

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    Which calculator did you use.
    Last edited by samario; 12-15-2019 at 03:04 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reyzuh View Post
    If you were able to compare Costa rica with any mexican region which region would it be?
    Central Valley of Costa Rica with NorthWest Mexico i guess, but i'm not sure. I'm not an expert in Mexico genetics and it's a Giant country.

    Which calculator did you use.
    Euro k15

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    Great job, I always admire such endeavors!
    Though the African seems pretty low. Doesn't CR have a substantial black population? I remember the futbol world cup and there were quite a few players like Joel Campbell. I have no idea about the country.

    He can pass in West Africa with ease. Are people like him underrepresented in the average?

    Though he seems to have miscegenated since then and moved closer to the Caribbean average
    Last edited by Leto; 12-15-2019 at 08:04 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leto View Post
    Great job, I always admire such endeavors!
    Though the African seems pretty low. Doesn't CR have a substantial black population? I remember the futbol world cup and there were quite a few players like Joel Campbell. I have no idea about the country.

    He can pass in West Africa with ease. Are people like him underrepresented in the average?

    Though he seems to have miscegenated since then and moved closer to the Caribbean average
    According to the 2011's census self-reported blacks are 1% of country's population. Their are two studies that study self reported blacks and both give blacks an average of 88% SSA:
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29687625

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31376146
    https://ascpt.onlinelibrary.wiley.co....1002/cpt.1598

    The same 2011s census shows that self-reported mulatos are 8% and the their are two genetic studies in which the places with more mulatos are on average 13% SSA:
    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/...9.2003.00010.x
    Or like 32% SSA:
    http://kerwa.ucr.ac.cr/handle/10669/9190?show=full
    http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/cgi/...biol_preprints
    So Joel Campbell is not representative.
    Last edited by CostaRicaBall; 12-15-2019 at 01:53 PM.

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