Using a new technique to frame the region of interest (West Eurasia and North Africa) by meta-population controls representing Sub-Saharan Africans, East Eurasians, and South Asians, I was able to extract several robust components that track admixture in unprecedented detail.
In comparison to previous analyses, the North European component has been split into Northwest and Northeast European, while the South European one has been split into Sardinian and Basque. Additionally, the inclusion of the above-mentioned controls, as well as a great variety of West Eurasian populations has probably improved the accuracy of the results for all the other components substantially.
You can read the details, and obtain detailed data downloads from this study in my other blog. But, it's good to remember that it is only possible for me to do things like this because of the project volunteers.
Because of the anthropological nature of the study, only individuals who belonged to particular populations could participate, and they can all see their individual results here. So, check the figure on the left to see if your Dodecad population is included, and then look at the spreadsheet for your individual results.