Table 1 Results of ALDER and three-population tests for admixture on HGDP populations
BothNo. LDNo. f3Only LDNo.Only f3No.Neither
Adygei205139BiakaPygmy81French99Basque
Balochi123204Colombian5Han13Dai
BantuKenya30182Druze128Italian46Hezhen
BantuSouthAfrica2711Japanese1Orcadian1Karitiana
Bedouin30063Kalash20Tujia8Lahu
Brahui36316MbutiPygmy77Tuscan59Mandenka
Burusho450377Melanesian96Miao
Cambodian266158Pima489Naxi
Daur298San155Papuan
Han-NChina177Sardinian45She
Hazara699593Yakut435Surui
Makrani173163Yi
Maya784124Yoruba
Mongola76385
Mozabite313107
Oroqen685
Palestinian30864
Pathan113348
Russian158153
Sindhi264366
Tu22315
Uygur428616
Xibo101335
  • We ran both ALDER and the three-population test for admixture on each of the 53 HGDP populations using all pairs of other populations as references. We group the populations according to whether each test methodology produced at least one test identifying them as admixed; for each population, we list the number of reference pairs with which with each method (abbreviated LD and f3) detected admixture. We used a significance threshold of P < 0.05 after multiple-hypothesis correction.