Another DNA testing company, Decodeme.com, offered free reports for 23andme customers who provided their data. With the half-million markers, Decodeme came up with an autosomal percentage report closer to DNAPrint’s based on 175 than to 23andme’s: 93% European, 4% East Asian, 3% African. This company does not pretend to distinguish between East Asian and Native American unlike DNAPrint.
So for the first time I have a report that identifies “triracial” ancestry rather than just one kind of admixture. This feels right intuitively based on historical evidence, although the percentages seem high.