Data can only be used for academic research purposes. Commercial use of
the data is not allowed under our ethics and population representative
Hedenstierna-Jonsen et al. 2017
The sequencing data (.bam) used in our study: “A female warrior confirmed by genomics”, is available at the European Nucleotide Archive with the accession number: PRJEB22507.
Hollfelder et al. 2017 (forthcoming)
Data used in Hollfelder et al. (forthcoming): “Northeast African genomic variation shaped by the continuity of indigenous groups and Eurasian migrations”.
Plink data files of 243 individuals of 18 Sudanese and South Sudanese populations. Data was genotyped on a Illumina HumanOmni 5M Exome SNP array and the file consist of unfiltered data with related individuals still being included.
Schlebusch et al. 2016
Data used in Schlebusch et al. (2016): “The disappearing San of Southeastern Africa and their genetic affinities”. Human Genetics 135: 1365-1373.
Skoglund et al. 2014
BAM files generated for Skoglund et al. (2014): “Genomic Diversity and Admixture Differs for Stone-Age Scandinavian Foragers and Farmers”. Science 344: 747-750.
Raw data are available from the European Nucleotide Archive under accession no. PRJEB6090.
The processed data can be downloaded from:
Skoglund et al. 2012
Skoglund et al. (2012): “Origins and Genetic Legacy of Neolithic Farmers and Hunter-Gatherers in Europe”. Science, 336: 466-469.
Schlebusch et al. 2012
Schlebusch*, Skoglund* et al. (2012): “Genomic variation in seven Khoe-San groups reveals adaptation and complex African history”. Science 338: 374-379.