In green : my ancestry's centre of gravity
In order to respect her privacy, I won't divulgate her alias in Dienekes' analysis but she might very well comment on this blog as she's an active reader.
South Asian 0.7 / 0
West Asian 2.9 / 0.9
Siberian 0 / 0
African 0 / 0
Southern 26 / 28.1
Atlantic/Baltic 70.5 / 71
East Asian 0 / 0
She's clearly less influenced by "Asian" admixture (read : Neolithic) than I am (0.9% against my global 3.6% !) which is pretty consistent with the fact that she originates from a "remote" area which borders modern Basque lands (and which was still Basque-speaking in 1385 as far as medieval charts are concerned).
On the following chart, I'm #1 and she's #13. In comparison with mainstream French people tested by Dienekes, we're noted for a less than average West Asian affinity. Amongst French Basque people, West Asian affinity is virtually absent. It is pretty fair to guess that West Asian "admixture" in Gascony declines as one gets nearer to Basque lands.