I've just figured out a more effective way of running lots of f3-statistics, using the 3-Population (qp3Pop) Test offered as part of the Admixtools package. I'll be updating this post as new ancient genomes are published, but here's what I've got so far:
La Brana-1 (Mesolithic Iberian hunter-gatherer)I'll also throw in the results for Karitiana Indians and Dai from southern China: see here and here. These should prove useful to anyone wanting to analyze the MA-1 output in more detail.
Ajvide58 (Late Neolithic Gotland hunter-gatherer)
Gokhem2 (Late Neolithic Swedish farmer)
MA-1 (Upper Paleolithic Siberian hunter-gatherer)
AG-2 (Upper Paleolithic Siberian hunter-gatherer)
Below are a couple of graphs based on the shared drift stats for MA-1, Gokhem2 and La Brana-1. The datasheets with the full keys can be downloaded here and here. You can open them with any text editor, but they're best viewed with Past3, which is freely available here.
f3-stats: 100 present-day populations plus MA-1
The Gokhem2 factor