- Paternal line country origins self reported from YFull customers
- Different bands indicate sampling rate relative to world average
- Countries one shade different are roughly half as sampled (toward blue scale) or twice as sampled (toward red scale) per capita.
- Hover over the countries to see the exact sampling rates.
- 1960 populations source is World Bank, except for Serbia which was missing.
- Serbian population from Demographics of Serbia – Wikipedia
- At this time countries with no representation on YFull are excluded from computing world avg sample rate, however this won’t change relative sampling rates between two countries.
- Also note several YFull codes denoting ethnic groups rather than strictly countries/regions have not been integrated.
- Disentangling GBR codes representing Wales, Scotland and England has not yet been done – instead I’ve lumped WLS, ENG, SCT and GBR codes together as one region, shown as GBR on the map.
- Note that there is yet unresolved skew for diaspora countries and countries where diaspora have colonized. This could be mitigated by using total diaspora populations, which I have not yet found a single parseable source for.