There are heat maps for the haplogroups. For mtDNA Haplogroup U, they walk you through the migration from the root of Hg L3 to Hg N to Hg R and, finally, to Hg U.
NatGeo has discovered that nine ancestral regions make up each of our genomes. They are Northeast Asian, Mediterranean, Southern African, Southwest Asian, Oceanian, Southeast Asian, Northern European and Sub-Saharan African. According to NatGeo each of us is a blend of these nine ancestral regions, except Native Americans, Oceanians and the Khoisan people.
They compare our DNA to 43 reference populations, each made up of distinct blends of these nine regions:
Each of us will receive an estimate of which of these 9 regional affiliations and 43 populations we most closely resemble genetically. Here is an example:
There is also an estimate of hominid ancestry:
The community aspect of the results is called "Our Story". You will be the center of your universe with those with the most similar genetics clustering around you:
So far there aren't enough participants sharing stories,
but that will soon change!
In case you were wondering what the raw data looks like, here is the beginning of the file, which contains the mtDNA SNPs (with the ID removed from Column A and allele values removed from columns D and E):
In the download of the raw data, the Y-SNPs are listed as no-calls for women, as above. This file can be accessed by going to "Expert Options" under Profile and downloaded as a CSV file. (Download example file here.)
That's all for now... Enjoy!
My deepest appreciation to Sharon Schmidt for her generosity and willingness to share with me and our entire community.
[*For additional screen shots, clarifications to some of the questions raised in the comments below and information on third party resources, please see this post.]