Naturally, I wanted to make sure that everything was in order, so I applied the 'weac2' calculator on the new data. Here are the normalized median admixture proportions:
I have also created population portraits for the 12 different populations, which appear to show rather homogeneous samples.
Here are the descriptions of the data from the original paper:
The populations sampled (numbers) were the Semitic-speaking Amhara (26) and Tigray (21); the Cushitic-speaking Oromo (21), Ethiopian Somali (17), and Afar (12); the Omotic-speaking Ari Cultivators (24), Ari Blacksmiths (17), and Wolayta (8); and the Nilotic-speaking Gumuz (19) and Anuak (23). In addition to these groups, we also generated South Sudanese data from mixed populations (24) and Somali data from Somali populations (23).
Newer versions of the Dodecad tools will of course take into account the new samples, which ought to help better define the "East_African" component that often arises at higher levels of detail.
And, of course kudos to all researchers who make their data publicly available and hence provide genome bloggers such as myself with much appreciated "fuel" for their inquiries.