The names may be the same as the ones from previous calculators released by the Project, but you should always consult the spreadsheet to see how they might differ. In this case, inclusion of Amerindian, Australasian populations, African hunter-gatherers, dealing with the Paniya issue, and inclusion of data of Schlebusch et al. (2012), and Pagani et al. (2012), have all combined to change components in subtle ways, although their modalities remain largely unchanged, and hence so do the names.You need to extract the contents of the RAR file to the working directory of DIYDodecad. You use it by following exactly the instructions of the DIYDodecad README, but always type 'globe10' instead of 'dv3' in these instructions. You can consult the spreadsheet for proportions of the 10 components in different world populations.