Boncuklu_EN + Levant_N > Barcin_N f3 -0.005525 Z -2.62 SNPs 48620 Boncuklu_EN + Natufian > Barcin_N f3 -0.004252 Z -1.34 SNPs 28893 Boncuklu_EN + Natufian > Tepecik-Ciftlik_N f3 -0.013262 Z -1.566 SNPs 4384 Barcin_N + Villabruna > LBK_EN f3 -0.003652 Z -2.685 SNPs 49325 Barcin_N + LaBrana1 > LBK_EN f3 -0.003382 Z -2.462 SNPs 53537 Barcin_N + Motala_HG > LBK_EN f3 -0.002539 Z -2.388 SNPs 57533 Barcin_N + Loschbour > LBK_EN f3 -0.003089 Z -2.272 SNPs 48728 Tepecik-Ciftlik_N + Villabruna > LBK_EN f3 -0.004176 Z -1.452 SNPs 34905 Barcin_N + Hungary_HG > LBK_EN f3 -0.001939 Z -1.32 SNPs 41610 Boncuklu_EN + Levant_N > LBK_EN f3 -0.003035 Z -1.221 SNPs 40815 Barcin_N + Loschbour > Iberia_EN f3 -0.002457 Z -1.171 SNPs 38141 Tepecik-Ciftlik_N + Hungary_HG > Iberia_EN f3 -0.004022 Z -1.039 SNPs 21848 Barcin_N + Villabruna > Hungary_N f3 -0.006408 Z -4.28 SNPs 44545 Barcin_N + Hungary_HG > Hungary_N f3 -0.005216 Z -3.355 SNPs 39808 Barcin_N + Bichon > Hungary_N f3 -0.002554 Z -1.667 SNPs 48500 Barcin_N + Motala_HG > Hungary_N f3 -0.001559 Z -1.298 SNPs 51052 Tepecik-Ciftlik_N + Villabruna > Hungary_N f3 -0.003929 Z -1.239 SNPs 31535 Tepecik-Ciftlik_N + Hungary_HG > Hungary_N f3 -0.003897 Z -1.192 SNPs 28472 Barcin_N + LaBrana1 > Hungary_N f3 -0.00179 Z -1.083 SNPs 46955
Saturday, August 13, 2016
PCA: Neolithic Central Anatolians
Note that the individuals from the earlier site of Boncuklu basically cluster with early Neolithic Europeans, while those from Tepecik-Ciftlik are shifted south and east, suggesting an influx of admixture into central Anatolia from perhaps eastern Anatolia and the Levant after the early Neolithic. This is in accordance with the findings of Kılınç et al. who published these genomes. here). Their results appear to correlate very nicely with the PCA. However, I deleted Tep001 from the PCA plot because his PCA and Basal-rich K7 outcomes didn't match, suggesting that either one or the other, or both, were spurious. This isn't surprising, however, since Tep001 only has a coverage of 0.023x. Citation... Gülşah Merve Kılınç et al., The Demographic Development of the First Farmers in Anatolia, Current Biology, August 8, 2016, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2016.07.057 Update 15/08/2016: Below are a few admixture f3-stats from an analysis involving the new Anatolian samples. Please note, the more negative the Z score, the more likely that the target is admixed. Also, I had to use transversion SNPs to make this work, so the Z scores aren't as imposing as they might have been with more markers behind them. I'm posting all of the outcomes with Z scores lower than -1, but it might be best to ignore anything above -2.