|I’ve updated Personal Genome Explorer to version 1.2 (install, source). If you installed the previous version, it should offer to automatically update itself to the new version the next time you run it.
It looks like 23andme and deCODEme have both started to allow users to download their raw genome data.
I’ll try to update Personal Genome Explorer to import the data ASAP, but I may not have the time to put together a new release until next weekend.
I’ve posted version 1.1 of Personal Genome Explorer; both source and binaries are available.
- 23andme data import
- Encrypted file format
- Export to CSV
- SNP database import from SNPedia
- Comes with pre-imported data from SNPedia
- Analysis of genome based on SNPedia metadata
- Random genome generation based on population frequency data
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I found a great Wiki about human genetics: SNPedia
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I’ve just posted the first source release of Personal Genome Explorer. It features data import from 23andme, an encrypted file format, and a basic analysis UI framework. However, there aren’t any real analyses yet; I’m just releasing this for those who would like to download their personal genome data from 23andme, and get started hacking. Enjoy!