Reference I Admixture Analysis K=14

Continuing with Reference I admixture analysis, here is the results spreadsheet.

You can click on the legend to the right of the bar chart to sort by different ancestral components.

If you can't see the interactive chart above, here's a static image.

C1 South Asian C2 Balochistan/Caucasus
C3 Kalash C4 Southeast Asian
C5 European C6 Mediterranean
C7 Melanesian C8 Japanese
C9 Siberian C10 Papuan
C11 West African C12 Southwest Asian
C13 Chinese C14 East African

The Eastern Bantu component is gone. Papuan has split into Papuan and Melanesian. And Northeast Asian has split into Japanese and Chinese.

Fst divergences between estimated populations for K=14:

PS. This was run using Admixture version 1.04 so I can make an apples-to-apples comparison with the previous runs.


  1. If you do release individual results from the reference population , one ideal one to look at is the singapore indians. I am pretty sure it contains a mix of tamils and some possible sikhs ( could be jatts or khatris or other smaller tribes).

    • If you look at the South Asian PCA plot I posted some time ago, Singapore Indians span the range from the reference Sindhis to South Indians. Some are even pulled towards Southeast Asians.

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