I can not find this information somehow (I've checked the 3rd phase of 1000GP project, they refer to tandem duplication only if it was called by DELLY and it is not a good criteria to compare, and I've checked biostars, no real answer here even if some questions were a bit similar...)
We have several types of duplications. Tandem ones and interspersed. Usually people refer to all interspersed duplications as "segmental duplcations", but for me it sounds like high allele frequency.
So the question is: how many interspersed duplications in a standard human individual genome exists, if we filter out variants with allele frequency >1%? I don't need to know the actual number; percentage in comparison with tandem ones would be fine.
(motivation for this question: most of the SV calling tools detect tandem duplications, but not interspersed ones, and usually variants with >1% mAF are considered as not important - how much I will miss per a human genome if I just don't call interspersed duplications?)