The results appear similar to previous analyses overall, with the main features being the presence of "Southern" in Neolithic farmers (which peaks in the Near East), and its absence in hunter-gatherers. Some of the "Amerindian"-like admixture that was evident in globe4 has been "absorbed" by the Atlantic_Baltic (main European) component, but it is interesting that the Swedish hunter-gatherers (Ajv52/Ajv70) continue to show some Amerindian as well as other eastern (Australasian/South Asian) admixture that is lacking in the other samples. These individuals are outside the range of modern populations, but they overall tend to map to the most similar Atlantic_Baltic component with the addition of some eastern influences.
Also of interest is the fact the Oetzi is the only sample which shows a slice of West Asian (5.7%) admixture in this analysis. This was also the case in the previous one using K7b (1.4%). Gok4, on the other hand, the fellow Neolithic individual from Sweden seems to lack this. The arrangement of the Big Three West Eurasian components (Southern/West Asian/Atlantic_Baltic) has subtly changed in this calculator, but it would be tempting, nonetheless, to see in the little West Asian admixture that Oetzi has but Gok4 and the Mesolithic samples seem to lack, something of the vanguard of the arrival of the West Asian component in Europe. Obviously more samples are needed, including ones from the most interesting regions of the Balkans and Anatolia.