We offer a detailed ancestry report, based on your component results from the Eurogenes K36 calculator. We use the biggest database of population averages (actually 670, but those numbers are still growing). Unlike other oracles I divide the larger countries into smaller regional populations. So you get unique regional breakdown of your ancestry at a very reasonable price:

What you will get:

  • Population admixture section - four customized oracles (nMonte, Admix4, 2-way, Reference points
  • Similarity / Ancestry maps section - three maps (Correlation, Euclidean, Location)
  • Multivariate statistics section - two statistical plots (PCA and MDS) and one dendrogram
  • all in one PDF file which is stored on-line and possible to download.t

Example of K36 Ancestral Report

Check References for numerous examples of reports, maps and oracles!

How to get K36 Ancestral Report?

01 You can send to contact@lm-genetics.com (or optionally lukasz.macuga@outlook.com) either your raw data file from your genetic company (FTDNA, 23&me, MyHeritage, LivingDNA, AncestryDNA or other). If you need assistance in doing it, just ask.

Or send us Gedmatch kit number or screenshot of K36 calculator results from Gedmatch / Yourdnaportal / AdmixtureStudio.

02Then pay 17 Euro (20 USD)

03 Your report will be send after at least 21 business days after order. But because of many orders waiting time could be longer. You will be informed about possible problems with payment or result / file you sent, if it would be needed. If you wait more then 21 days, please contact us on FB (m.me/lm.genetics), because rarely it could be a problem with receiving our email.



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K36 Ancestral Report sections

Regional estimation

In this part you can check your population estimations.


  - nMonte3

  - Admix4

  - Reference Points

  - Dodecad 2-Way

nMonte3 Oracle - gives very detailed frequencies  of your recent ancestry, and for people who are not from a mixed background. It also detects subtle regional differences.

nMonte3 with function pen=0, shows better distant admixtures for more individuals, or deeper ancestry, sometimes too exaggerated, so I prefer to standard nMonte3 in reports.

The big advantage of nMonte is the ability to make subsets of populations in a spreadsheet linked to your real "paper trail" ancestry. This is  called the targeted nMonte3 oracle.

And new option with different minimum value in oracle.

Another function is comparison of components frequencies for biggest Nmonte oracle admixtures and tested user. What is used is radar plot

Admix4 Oracle - is a different tool, similar to Gedmatch oracles, it compares your frequencies to the list of most similar averages (the same as the nMonte single item distances) or it models you as their combination (two-way, three-way or four-way). In some cases it is in line with combination of your real parents or grandparents ancestries

Reference Points Oracle - Similar to nMonte but uses different algorithm, putting more weight to genetic distances. It isn't used in case of very mixed peoples.

Dodecad 2-Way Oracle - The program considers all pairs of populations, and for each one of them calculates the minimum distance to the sample in consideration, and the admixture proportions that produce it; population pairs where the distance to one of the two populations is smaller than to any admixture of the two are ignored. Don't treat it as nMonte results, there are more theoretical combinations, showing your "shifts" towards for example more northern or more southern (or western / eastern) groups of populations.

Plots & dendrogram

Multidimensional plots and dendrograms which show up your position in relation to regional averages.

 - PCA

 - MDS

 - Dendorgram (Ward method or neighbour joining tree)

This works best for people with ancestry from not very genetically diverse areas.  In the case of mixed individuals (with two diverse parental ancestries) those tools show a midpoint between their ancestral admixtures, which also gives valuable info. so for somebody with many different admixtures, plots can be a good indicator of which ancestral combination is relatively dominant in their genome.

K36 Similarity Maps

K36 Eurogenes Map

Correlation K36 Map

Based on list of correlation values of 670 world regions, compared to your genome.

Regions on the map indicate by color intensity if they are more or less similar.

Also plain list of 670 regions ordered according to correlation is provided.

It is Pearson's linear correlation of your results to regional averages in the world (scale -1 to 1).

In the case of mixed person with distant parental admixtures the top results are usually the midpoint between them, but results lower on list should show up areas from which parental admixtures are derived. Anyway for many people it is the best way to show their regional ancestry.

Bear in mind that some genetically similar regions like for example those from North Sea Germanic cluster,  could be shown even if they aren't your real ancestral places. In which case it is a rather deep, common ancestry.

The map is a graphic representation of the correlation values list.

Euclidean K36 Map

Based on list of Euclidean distances of 670 world regions, compared to your genome. Because it's using different methodoloy of visualizing genetic similarity than map above, it gives another insight into your ancestral roots.

K36 Similitude Map

Average location map

It is based on nMonte3 results (all references), where percentages of given region are multiplied by geographical coordinates. Sum of all multpiplied coordinates gives average position on the map. Don't treat it as locationof your ancestral homeland (but sometimes it could be close indeed, in case of not too mixed people).