The graph below have been sorted in decreasing order by percentage belonging to cluster "European" as above.
As we can see the Saamis went down from number second in the first analysis to number ten in the this analysis. The main reason for this is that Saamis have a major Siberian component it shares with the Chuvash. The Chuvash on the other hand moved from number four to number twenty. The previous analysis appears to have moved the "European" component far north-east.
Finns that is our project Finns appears to have kept high on the list and only moved from number three to number four. The 1000 Genome Finns that was not part of the previous analysis however moved into second place.
The Estonians went up on the list from no five in the previous analysis up to number third. The Lithuanians went up from number seven to number five.
Norwegian and Swedes went up from number nine and ten to number six and seven.
As we can see the ancient Gotlanders had the highest "European" among all the todays populations.
What imidiatly catch the eye is the higher "Africa" component. Its not similar to any of the contemporary populations, not before we reach Spain we see anything close to this frequency. I suppose several hypothesis: 1) its a glitch by ADMIXTURE 2) its remnant from contact with Africans in the Iberian ice refugee 3) some other unknown reason.
We see that the Central-Asian component for the ancient Gotlanders is the smallest in the dataset of neighbouring populations. The closest neighbours is the 1000G Finns and Saami. This may suggest that Central-Asian influence did to less extent reach the ancient Gotlanders, Finns and Saami than other Fennoscandian populations.
We see that the Medeterian component to the ancient Gotlanders is low and in the same neigbourhood as for Finns, Saamis and Estonians. This ïndicate that the Medeterian influence to less degree reached the ancient Gotlanders, Finns, Saamis and Estonians.
The Siberian and other more distant components the ancient Gotlanders appears to have been less influenced by this components than Saamis and Finns, similar to Estonians, but higher than for Norwegians, Swedes and Lithuanians. This could indicate a later Siberian influence that didnt reach the ancient Gotlanders. Note the unfamiliar composition of elements. The ancient Gotlander have the highest frequenncy of the American and Oceanic compoinent in the dataset and zero clustering to the East-Asian component.
LOOKING BACK AT EARLIER ANALYSIS:
In earlier analysis I have shown that Lithuanians, Estonians and Lithuanians in particular appears to have some of the lowest mutation densities to the continental-european populations. As far as I can tell at this stage this is not in compatible with having at the same time the most similar components to the ancient Gotlanders. The Saamis on the other hand appeared to show higher mutation counts to most of other populations. More analysis with other software like Chromopainter may shed some more light on this question.
Note if we remove the Siberian, American, Oceanic and East-Asian component from the Saamis, the Saami would appears as number four among the populations with the highest European component with the ancient Gotlanders as number three and with both Fnns as number one and two, with Estonians and Lithuanians as runner ups.
Individual estimated admixtures:
Top 10 individuals with the smallest estimated component difference: