The graphs below show genetic modellings of Greeks, Iranians, Kurds, Anatolian Turks, Armenians, Serbians and Bulgarians so we can get a better grasp of the genetic structure of the West Asia and Balkans. Ethogenetic formations of the given populations were taking into consideration while running the models. We used G25 PCA coordinates and Fast Monte Marlo simulation to get the results. Samples and fit values for each model can be found in this spreadsheet.
It would be nice to have some footnotes listing the samples used for each category, so that we can reproduce these charts e.g. Pre-Turkic Anatolia, Ancient Greek etc
A spreadsheet for the models was already provided above:
Why aren’t mycenaean samples put into the calculation for the central anatolian greeks?
Because Central Anatolian Greeks cannot be modelled with Mycenaean samples. Their genetic make-up is way too different for that.