23andMe Export

I was pleasantly surprised today when I logged into my 23andMe account today to check something and I found a new option to export all my data. It’s about 5 megs in size compressed, and is in a tab delimited format. Here are the first 30 or so lines of my data file:

# This data file generated by 23andMe at: Wed Jan 23 09:48:03 2008
# 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 36.  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 on reference human assembly build 36:
# http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/projects/mapview/map_search.cgi?taxid=9606&build=36
# rsid	chromosome	position	genotype
rs3094315	1	742429	AG
rs12562034	1	758311	GG
rs3934834	1	995669	CC
rs9442372	1	1008567	AG
rs3737728	1	1011278	AG
rs11260588	1	1011521	GG
rs6687776	1	1020428	CC
rs9651273	1	1021403	AA
rs4970405	1	1038818	AA
rs12726255	1	1039813	AA
rs11807848	1	1051029	CC

I also saw that 23andMe has launched a blog called the spittoon.


  1. You can feed that data into
    Promethease to learn more about your genotypes.

  2. OK. That’s cool and all but it should have been in Atom 1.0 😛

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