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    K36 Unified Map of Elements

    As I promised, I present you with a map that features geographical distribution of the highest concentrations of the K36 calculator elements.

    The coloured zones include >90% percentile. Sometimes it is <90%, otherwise that would limit the zone to a dot or would not include areas where the element is still in absolutely majority.

    A lot of credit deserves lukaczM, as I was using his elements distribution data as the basis. The graphics idea is from Kurd's K12 Ancient Map. Adding to it my geographical and ethnic group knowledge and photoshop skills we have got this map:



    Version 1.2. Last updated today. It is subject to future updates as we get more data.
    Original file size 5120x3200.
    The map is done in layers, which means it is fully customisable for individual results (percentages could be added and only areas with any result will be shown).

    Important notes:
    1. Some areas have other elements as their dominant component, but this map purpose is to show the area of the biggest concentration of the elements;
    2. Basque areas also show highest Iberian;
    3. Central Euro, French, East Balkan and Armenian elements do not have a percentage majority even in their highest concentration zones.
    Last edited by Aha; 09-12-2017 at 12:32 PM.

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    What does East Balkan mean and why is it concentrated in West and South Balkans? Sorry for the ignorance on the topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zanatis View Post
    What does East Balkan mean and why is it concentrated in West and South Balkans? Sorry for the ignorance on the topic.
    It was misnamed. The samples used to determine this element were Bulgarian and Romanian, but the component peaks in Kosovars, Albanians and Greeks. The component, most probably, signifies a portion of neolithic farmer admixture. Everyone in Eastern Europe has some percentage.

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    I tried a map; focussing on Europe I selected colours for the components; then I calculated the colours per area and coloured them in by hand in paint.net; broadly green for HG, blue for Corded Ware/Bell Beaker, red for Neolithic, based on what I deemed likely origin for the components. East Balkan seems to me mixed, as nMonte showed it as about half Neolithic and 50% Czech Bell Beaker. East Germany and German Prussia use the same dataset; also inland Spain; Crimea shows Tatars; the Near East is likely highly simplified.

    I see that I forgot South Central Asian in the legend, that one I made orange-yellow.

    K36_colormap1.png
    Last edited by Pylsteen; 09-13-2017 at 12:08 PM.
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    Last edited by Pylsteen; 09-13-2017 at 12:06 PM.
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    Archaeological cousin: 6DRIF-23 of Driffield Terrace Roman Cemetery, York (Z17112+, S17075+, L644-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pylsteen View Post
    I tried a map; focussing on Europe I selected colours for the components; then I calculated the colours per area and coloured them in by hand in paint.net; broadly green for HG, blue for Corded Ware/Bell Beaker, red for Neolithic, based on what I deemed likely origin for the components. East Balkan seems to me mixed, as nMonte showed it as about half Neolithic and 50% Czech Bell Beaker. East Germany and German Prussia use the same dataset; also inland Spain; Crimea shows Tatars; the Near East is likely highly simplified.

    I see that I forgot South Central Asian in the legend, that one I made orange-yellow.

    K36_colormap1.png
    Also very interesting idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pylsteen View Post
    I tried a map; focussing on Europe I selected colours for the components; then I calculated the colours per area and coloured them in by hand in paint.net; broadly green for HG, blue for Corded Ware/Bell Beaker, red for Neolithic, based on what I deemed likely origin for the components. East Balkan seems to me mixed, as nMonte showed it as about half Neolithic and 50% Czech Bell Beaker. East Germany and German Prussia use the same dataset; also inland Spain; Crimea shows Tatars; the Near East is likely highly simplified.

    I see that I forgot South Central Asian in the legend, that one I made orange-yellow.

    K36_colormap1.png
    Any specific reason that Kashmir region is not labelled?
    Kashmir

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    Quote Originally Posted by noman View Post
    Any specific reason that Kashmir region is not labelled?

    I might do that later; this map is focused on Europe, so I put the Asian components together as yellow, since they are not very present in Europe; I may do a separate map focused on (South) Asia later.
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    Pylsteen this map is worth to post as big image. In pair with Aha biggest concentration map is great addition to my individual component maps.


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