Does anyone have any suggestions? I know how to browse my raw data at 23andme and look up individual snps. Is there a way to find out which are the major/minor alleles of a whole list (say a particular gene) rather than one by one? If I search my raw data by a particular gene then sometimes I miss relevant information about the intergenic region nearby. So far I have only been able to overcome that by listing an entire chromosome, but that is almost endless pages of info to scroll through to get to what I want to look at. If only 23andme had a search by chromosome position that would be easier. I can search my downloaded text file by chromosome position but then it doesn't have the other helpful stuff that 23andme has like being able to click directly to dbsnp. How do people organise the info that you find out about your snps so that you can go back to it easily?