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Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by UM MAN, Apr 14, 2013.

  1. UM MAN

    UM MAN Senior Member

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    Can anyone tell me where the access to the raw data is????
    Have you looked, today, at the 23andME site???
     
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    It is now accessed through the "gear" button on the top left side of the toolbar (two to the left of "Home", directly to the left of the envelope icon).

    When I got my results, the first thing I did was download a copy to my computer, and backed it up to a separate disk. That way, no matter what the site does, I still have my data.
     
  3. UM MAN

    UM MAN Senior Member

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    THANK YOU. I am a dullard.
     
  4. UM MAN

    UM MAN Senior Member

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    They changed it again.......and I cannot find it AGAIN
    Where is the raw data now?
     
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    Phred Senior Member

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    UM MAN if you go to your name on 23andme and click on the down arrow a menu shows up. The raw data is there. I had to search around for it too. I was getting really frustrated.
     
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    UM MAN Senior Member

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    THANX, It is good to see that some things never change.......I'm still a dullard.
     
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    Hip Senior Member

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    There are actually two places where you can access your raw data on 23andme:

    https://www.23andme.com/you/download/
    This link allows you to download a text document containing all your gene raw data (this text document contains nearly 1 million lines of text — one line per SNP — and is around 25 MB in size).

    https://www.23andme.com/you/explorer/
    This link allows you to type in a particular gene (like say MTHFR) or a particular SNP rsID code (like say rs1801133), and it will then display your data for just that gene or SNP.

    There is also a FAQ page about the raw data:
    https://customercare.23andme.com/forums/20790509-Raw-Data
     
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