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Discussion in 'Genetic Testing and SNPs' started by joshi81, Jul 8, 2013.

  1. joshi81

    joshi81 Senior Member

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    Hi someone of you would be so kind to post a picture or a pdf of his/her 23andme test to show me how the results of 23andme test comes?
     
  2. Valentijn

    Valentijn Activity Level: 3

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    It comes in a text (.txt) file. Here's the beginning of my file:

    # This data file generated by 23andMe at: Fri Jun 21 23:23:38 2013
    #
    # Below is a text version of your data. Fields are TAB-separated
    # Each line corresponds to a single SNP. For each SNP, we provide its identifier
    # (an rsid or an internal id), its location on the reference human genome, and the
    # genotype call oriented with respect to the plus strand on the human reference sequence.
    # We are using reference human assembly build 37 (also known as Annotation Release 104).
    # Note that it is possible that data downloaded at different times may be different due to ongoing
    # improvements in our ability to call genotypes. More information about these changes can be found at:
    # https://www.23andme.com/you/download/revisions/
    #
    # More information on reference human assembly build 37 (aka Annotation Release 104):
    # http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/mapview/map_search.cgi?taxid=9606
    #
    # rsid chromosome position genotype
    rs4477212 1 82154 AA
    rs3094315 1 752566 AA
    rs3131972 1 752721 GG
    rs12124819 1 776546 AG
    rs11240777 1 798959 GG
    rs6681049 1 800007 CC
    rs4970383 1 838555 AC
    rs4475691 1 846808 CT
    rs7537756 1 854250 AA
    rs13302982 1 861808 AG
    rs1110052 1 873558 GT
    rs2272756 1 882033 GG
    rs3748597 1 888659 CC
    rs13303106 1 891945 AG
    rs28415373 1 893981 CC
    rs13303010 1 894573 AG
    rs6696281 1 903104 CT
    rs28391282 1 904165 GG
    rs2340592 1 910935 AG
    rs13303118 1 918384 GT
    rs6665000 1 924898 AA
    rs2341362 1 927309 CC
    rs9777703 1 928836 TT
    rs1891910 1 932457 GG
    rs9697457 1 934345 GG
    rs35940137 1 940203 GG
    rs3128117 1 944564 TT
    rs2465126 1 947034 AA
    rs2341365 1 948692 AA
    rs15842 1 948921 CC
    rs6657048 1 957640 CC
    rs2710888 1 959842 CC
    rs3128126 1 962210 AA

    Then it continues for another 970,000 lines or so.

    Basically the file has the raw data, then 23andMe does a bit of processing to list known genetic risks. But you can also use various websites which will also process the data for specific purposes. http://www.ianlogan.co.uk/23andme/minor_allele_data.htm , for example, can pull out all of your rare results and put them into a list.
     
  3. LaurieL

    LaurieL Senior Member

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    VJ, would you walk me through that process again?
     
  4. Valentijn

    Valentijn Activity Level: 3

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    The process of getting your full results? You go to https://www.23andme.com/you/download/ and sign in, then you can download them. It's good to pick somewhere specific to save them to where you can easily find them again, like your desktop.
     
  5. LaurieL

    LaurieL Senior Member

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    No Ians website thing. Couldn't wrap my brain around the process.
     

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