Outgroups AG3-MA1 Chukchi Dusun Igorot Karitiana Kosipe Kostenki14 Lebbo Levant_Neolithic Mbuti Satsurblia Ust_Ishim Villabruna PL_N17 Yamnaya_Samara 0.687±0.040 Lengyel_LN 0.249±0.037 Western_HG 0.064±0.028 chisq 3.434 tail_prob 0.969281 Corded_Ware_Germany Yamnaya_Samara 0.688±0.021 Lengyel_LN 0.246±0.020 Western_HG 0.066±0.015 chisq 2.848 tail_prob 0.984786 Corded_Ware_Germany (2) Yamnaya_Samara 0.701±0.045 Lengyel_LN 0.200±0.043 Western_HG 0.099±0.027 chisq 10.065 tail_prob 0.434827 Corded_Ware_Estonia Yamnaya_Samara 0.649±0.047 Lengyel_LN 0.268±0.043 Western_HG 0.083±0.030 chisq 18.477 tail_prob 0.0474288It's great to see that I get very similar results for PL_N17 by plugging his Global 10 coordinates into nMonte. The Global 10 plot with PL_N17 can be seen here; look for the black cross.
PL_N17 Yamnaya_Samara 61.9 Lengyel_LN:I1495 25.6 Western_HG 12.6 distance%=0.7639 / distance=0.007639Obviously, PL_N17 packs a lot of Bronze Age steppe or Yamnaya-related ancestry. His overall genetic structure is similar to that of the Estonian and German Corded Ware individuals, suggesting that he's a direct offshoot of the steppe-derived circum-Baltic Corded Ware population. Intriguingly, he shows inflated affinity to the Sintashta samples from the Trans-Ural steppe in the f3 outgroup shared drift stats. However, these Sintashta sequences appear to be affected by relatively strong post-mortem damage, so it's hard to say at this stage whether the result is meaningful. We really need more Sintashta genomes to be sure. Basal-rich K7 test. Hence, on the K7 pyramid plot he is sitting on the edge of the khaki colored Steppe_MLBA cluster, in fact right next to Sintashta and a few Srubnaya individuals. R1a-Z280 from Early Bronze Age Northern Poland