These are the pages which tell the personal genetic story of the participant.
The two reference populations with which this participant most closely matches are Vietnam and Romania. These seem rather odd selections and don't match his documented ancestry from England and the Philippines, but perhaps there are insufficient reference populations in the database to give accurate matches.
This close up provides details of the British reference population used by the Genographic Project.
A fun part of the test is that you are told your percentages of Neanderthal and Denisovan ancestry.
For the Y-DNA results you get a nice map showing the migratory path of the different branches of the Y-DNA tree. This is the map showing the path of U106, one of the major branches of the R1b tree.
We can then follow the journey of U198, one of the subclades of U106.
There is a map showing the migratory path of haplogroup F.
There is also a heat map showing the places where haplogroup F is mostly found, though again it would be useful to have a list of the sources used.
Genographic results can be transferred free of charge to the Family Tree DNA database. CeCe Moore has blogged about her own results and has also included detailed instructions on the process of transferring results to FTDNA. We will no doubt learn much more as people test and contribute their results to research. Genographic results will be updated on a regular basis as more results are received and more reference populations are added to the database. For further information on the Genographic Project visit the Genographic website.