What can I do with my DNA raw data?
After receiving personalized genetic reports from 23andMe, customers can choose to download their raw DNA data. Some customers may do this in order to upload their data to third-party services, which offer to interpret their raw DNA data to find new genetic relatives or get additional genetic reports.
What can you do with 23andMe raw data?
The data from 23andMe’s Browse Raw Data feature is suitable only for informational use and not for medical, diagnostic, or other use. We advise that you consult with a healthcare professional before making any major lifestyle changes.
What is a DNA raw data file?
A DNA raw data is a file that contains information about your genetic variants. These are called single nucleotide polymorphisms or SNPs and account for the differences in different traits like eye and hair color, height, and skin pigmentation across individuals.
Where does raw DNA data go?
17 DNA Upload Websites You Can Use Now (Including Free Sites)
- Promethease. Ancestry Test and Family Tree Services.
- MyHeritage DNA.
- Family Tree DNA (FTDNA)
- DNA Land. Contribute to Science.
- Luna DNA.
Should I share DNA results?
Your data could be hacked, leaked or breached.
Third party sharing is common practice among companies. The more people have access to your DNA, the more vulnerable it is to being hacked.
Can I use my AncestryDNA results on other sites?
If you did a DNA test with Ancestry, you might be surprised to know that you can use your Ancestry DNA on other sites. In fact, this is a really great way to get maximum value for your investment, and for you to learn as much as you possibly can from your DNA.
How do I share my 23andMe results with a doctor?
You are able to send a sharing invitation to your genetic relative matches from within the DNA Relatives feature. Just click on the name of a match with whom you would like to share Ancestry Reports, and then click the green “Request to share” button.
What counts as raw data?
Raw data is a set of information that was delivered from a certain data entity to the data provider and hasn’t been processed yet by machine nor human. This information is gathered out of online sources to deliver deep insight into users’ online behavior.