The data was run through Finestructures clustering processing but it was unable to differentiate the remaining Scandinavians meaning it appeared by the software to be one population. However in the PCA plot it was possible to infer structure. As we so in the previous analysis the first two dimensions of the PCA plot appears to reflect level of external influences in Scandinavians. In both dimensions the Norwegians clustered in the upper left corner closest to the "others" while Swedes clustered in much of the lower right corner but with a huge spread over large part of the plot. The single Danish individual appear to cluster with the Norwegians.
So the Chromopainter-Finestructure pipeline appears to be able to differentiate Norwegian and Swedish ancestry even only using 289k SNP's. The division isnt entirely clear cut but there have been populations movement between these countries for many centuries so the classification labels may not be entirely correct and some individuals also have mixed backgrounds.