Updates on DNA, genetic health and ancestry
New account management features
We have added a new account management section on the profile page.
Posted by Gemma on July 3rd 2018
We have added a new ethnicity calculator in the Ancestry section.
We have created a new health report: Reproductive health, male and female fertility.
The results for the health sections have been refreshed - Your traits- Your health risks- Your inherited conditions- Your drug response.
Some file format issues that were giving a few erroneous results for one of the ancestry calculators have been resolved.
We are accepting one raw data genome file per membership and email address. If you want to upload other files you can create another account with a different username and email address. We may implement being able to upload multiple files per account at some point in the future.
Posted by Gemma on June 22nd 2018
We are now supporting additional file formats
We are now accepting uploads of raw data files from LivingDNA, YourHeritageDNA, National Geographic Geno 2.0, in addition to 23andme, Ancestry and FTDNA. You can upload your raw genetic data files from these providers on the “upload your genome data page”. There are instructions on how to obtain your raw data from your test provider.
If you have not already had a DNA test, we have a list of the test providers we support, a short description of what they offer and links to where to get them.
If you have had a DNA test with a provider not on this list you can email us with your raw data and we will investigate if we can develop support for it in the future.
Posted by Gemma on June 20th 2018
We have successfully implemented the new data protection regulations for GDPR on the website. We have put launching our forum on hold while we make it GDPR compliant.
Posted by Gemma on May 12th 2018
Our website pilot is now up and running
I created this project in order to have a place where all aspects of genetic genealogy and health can be explored. We are in the process of developing multiple tools to expand the limits of what we can all learn from our DNA. Please get in touch with any requests and we will try to implement them on our site.
Posted by Gemma on March 23rd 2018
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