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What does MDLP mean?

Mesa Distance Learning Program (MDLP) is a distance learning program for grades 5–12 sponsored by Mesa Public Schools in Mesa, Arizona, US that offers students worldwide a US-based education leading to a high school diploma.

Who is behind the MDLP project?

The creator of the MDLP project is an Estonian blogger named Vadim Verenich. In 2011, Verenich started a new project to focus on the heritage of an area covering the former Grand Duchy of Lithuania. This is also known as Magnus Ducatus Lithuaniae.

What is the MDLP project on GEDmatch?

The MDLP Project on Gedmatch is a free calculator that can provide additional insight into your ancestry by giving you an admixture, or ethnicity, estimate. In this post, learn the basics about this tool and how to learn more about it.

What is the difference between the different MDLP calculator models?

The main difference between the MDLP calculator models is the number of populations with which your DNA will be compared. For example, if you choose the World-22 model, then your DNA will be compared with 22 regions. What do the names of the geographic regions mean on the MDLP Project?

What is the MDLP project?

The creator of the MDLP project is an Estonian blogger named Vadim Verenich. In 2011, Verenich started a new project to focus on the heritage of an area covering the former Grand Duchy of Lithuania. This is also known as Magnus Ducatus Lithuaniae. He started a blog and issued a call for volunteers to send him DNA samples if their grandparents were:

What is MDLP (multi-dimensional dynamic logic programming)?

MDLP (Multi-Dimensional Dynamic Logic Programming) is the basic knowledge representation mechanism of an agent in MINERVA. The epistemic effects of actions can be either an update to the knowledge base of the agent, represented by an MDLP program, or a self update to the KABUL program, thus changing the behaviour of the agent over time.

What is the difference between the different MDLP calculator models?

The main difference between the MDLP calculator models is the number of populations with which your DNA will be compared. For example, if you choose the World-22 model, then your DNA will be compared with 22 regions. What do the names of the geographic regions mean on the MDLP Project?

What is the MDLP data in Minerva?

The MDLP monthly milk yield and revenue dataset was linked to the questionnaire dataset through farm identification number and combined into a single dataset. MDLP (Multi-Dimensional Dynamic Logic Programming) is the basic knowledge representation mechanism of an agent in MINERVA.

How does the GEDmatch MDLP project measure ethnicity?

The GEDmatch MDLP project has a mix of calculators that compare your ethnicity with DNA samples assembled by the project creator. Like the other calculators, this project measures how your DNA aligns with ancient samples alongside results from project volunteers and academic studies.

What is the eurogenes project on GEDmatch?

The Eurogenes project on GEDmatch has a set of admixture calculators that compare your ethnicity with a range of DNA samples from project volunteers and academic sources. Some of the Eurogenes calculators focus on ancient ancestries, such as the early Farmers and Hunter Gatherers.

Where do the GEDmatch reference samples come from?

In general, the reference samples come from: People who send their DNA results to the project creator Selecting from a small number of ancient DNA samples When you run any of the GEDmatch calculators, you’ll see a “spreadsheet” button on your results page. I’ve got a full article and tutorial about using the GEDmatch Oracle and spreadsheets.

How does the spreadsheet work with GEDmatch?

The spreadsheet shows you exactly which DNA samples were used to form each population given in your admixture breakdown. This gives you a deeper understanding of your calculator results. The problem with GEDmatch is that some of the calculators don’t have the reference data available. When you hit the spreadsheet button, you may see this:

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