Regional Populations for NG 2.0 Helix Version

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Here's something I put together, based on this chart, and the areas described in the test in my autosomal results.
Could other people please share the graphics of any region I don't have here. Google images doesn't have anything, and National Geographic hasn't updated their population reference chart since the last version.
http://www.nature.com/nature/journal...23310_SF5.html
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjPhFFmLb-4
This girl talks about her autosomal breakdown. In it she discusses her Western Mediterranean and Jewish diaspora components.
 
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Try to login again, anyway is show just Iberia, ( Spain and Portugal), not Africa, not France, or Sardinia.


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NG specify the areas Southwestern Europe and Western Mediterranean.



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very different from geno2 next international { my origins 1.0 }
i mean refrences populations used and the algorithm are very different in the girl video
we can see that her total dna match fit are :
german { but the german refernce score 16% jewish diaspora}
tuscan { the tuscan reference score 15% eastern europe }
wierd
but cool anyway
thanks for sharing her video
regards
Adam
 
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Took a screen cap of these from this video on youtube.


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These are screen caps I took from this business insider review of the product. Initially, they used orange for the Northwestern European component. Now it is dark blue.

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These were from the reference populations from my results. I wrote in the (Bari region) part though, in paint. Also, I'm only one person, so it's not a definitive representation of the area.

I guess the reference populations don't necessarily reflect every person in those respective regions. In the case of Greece, some areas would have less Eastern European, and more southern European.

very different from
geno2 next international { my origins 1.0 }
i mean refrences populations used and the algorithm are very different in the girl video
we can see that her total dna match fit are :
german { but the german refernce score 16% jewish diaspora}
tuscan { the tuscan reference score 15% eastern europe }
wierd
but cool anyway
thanks for sharing her video
regards
Adam

I believe it was because the process was different. The old way was with genotyping, and the new version is done with sequencing.
 
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That's interesting, it will be about 80 GBs of raw data.

However, I wonder what programs will even be compatible with it.

Or, maybe the Download, will be Limited to the Geno 2 Helix Results.
We’ll see. Hope is free, but probably not.
 
NatGeo Helix Raw Data is now downloadable.
To get it click the Icon next to your name + “My Profile”.
Issue with Gedmatch Genesis. For Now.
 
NatGeo Helix Raw Data is now downloadable.
To get it click the Icon next to your name + “My Profile”.
Issue with Gedmatch Genesis. For Now.

I’ve downloaded mine. Any suggestions how to interpret it. It’s not compatible with gedmatch or myheritage...
Thanks


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I’ve downloaded mine. Any suggestions how to interpret it. It’s not compatible with gedmatch or myheritage...
Thanks


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It seems that the Raw Data is partially incomplete, and the format is incompatible with the mainstream companies. I hope that NatGeo Helix fix the problem.
 

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