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    2016-10-09 04:04:10
    Not sure how much this paper adds to the literature. I found Europe in Fig. 5 instructive: basically, the Finns and Russians destroy the picture - I would have liked to see an analysis without them. These two pull most Northern Europeans south, and most Eastern population west, because the other populations can't be as &qtuo;north" as Finns, and Russians of course are abnormally east for their make-up. Slovakia is a weird outlier, but the Swiss make good sense.
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