By the way, the raw data text file from 23andme — which you can upload to Genetic Genie (the Genetic Genie methylation results upload page is here), and get one of those nice results tables produced by Genetic Genie — is in a pretty simple format. The 23andme raw data file format is the following (you can see that there is one line per SNP): # rsid chromosome position genotype rs4680 22 19951271 AG rs4633 22 19950235 CT rs769224 22 19951804 GG rs1801133 1 11856378 AA rs2066470 1 11863057 GG rs234706 21 44485350 GG These four columns must be separated by tabs (not spaces), and I think Genetic Genie only uses columns 1 and 4 (the rsid and genotype) to extract the data and produce its tabular results. So you could put any filler digits (like say "0000") into columns 3 and 3, and make you own raw data file to upload to Genetic Genie. If you uploaded the above example in a plain text document (.txt) to Genetic Gene, it would understand it, and would return your results in those nice tables that Genetic Gene makes. There are in fact nearly a million lines in the 23andme raw data file, but I have just shown 6 lines above.