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Check out all these cool free toys from Interpretome. These things are addicting. The clinical aspect is interesting too, and was also consistent with Promethease (which is either $2 or free but takes a long time).
Back to Interpretome. Be warned, you have to use unzipped (not .csv) files for Interpretome, but you can unzip your data with 7-zip. If you use the .csv file you will get a generic result that may not make sense to you. I followed the directions found at this forum for the Europe specific things because it seems to give a clearer picture than the options for the most variation (basically choosing PC1 for the X axis, and PC4 for the Y).
We’ll start with HapMap World
Now we’ll move on to Africa
Human Genome Diversity Project: Europe
And finally POPRES European:
Under the “Explore” tab you can see how many Neanderthal markers you have:
As for chromosome paintings, I think Gedmatch is better (more detail).