PGG.Population database documents 7122 genomes representing 356 global populations from 107 countries, and provides necessary information for researchers and medical doctors to understand genomic diversity and genetic ancestry of human populations. We included miscellaneous functions and a friendly graphical user interface to visualize genomic diversity, population relationship, ancestral makeup, footprints of natural selection, and population history etc. More...
|Y and mtDNA haplogroup
|Run of homozygosity