Davidski of Eurogenes is also a genome blogger. In his admixture analysis for West, South and Central Asians, I am PKEG1 and my results are as follows:
Here’s a chart showing some of the reference samples and Eurogenes participants closest to me. As initially sorted, the list goes from most similar to me to least similar from top to bottom.
You can sort the bar chart by the different ancestral components by clicking on the legend on the right.
As you can see, Pathans and Punjabi Jatts are most similar to me in their admixture results.
|Pathan + Sindhi||86.39%|
|Middle Eastern (Jordanian + Palestinian)||10.78%|
|Sub-Saharan African (Mandenka + Yoruba)||2.82%|
|Anatolian + Caucasus (Armenian + Georgian)||0.00%|
|North Slavic (Polish + Belorussian)||0.00%|
|Western/Southern European (French)||0.00%|
|Balochi + Brahui + Makrani||0.00%|
|North Kannadi + Sakilli + Selected Gujarati||0.00%|
|East Asian (Han Chinese)||0.00%|
|Koryak + Nganassan + Yakut||0.00%|
From these results, it doesn’t look like there is any Turkic, Turkish or Balkan ancestry in my past. I was also surprised at the really high Pathan + Sindhi percentage and the lack of so many of the others.