No to Genes for Good data for Dr. Klimas crowd source

Merry

Well-Known Member
Ana at ME/CFS Genes, one of Nancy Klimas's research projects, wrote today in response to my question about whether or not the ME/CFS Genes project can use raw data from Genes for Good:

Hello Merry,

Thank you for this information. We will definitely look into this! Unfortunately, the file format which they produce their data is not compatible to our files. We require the data set be uploaded as a .txt, .zip, or . xlsx format.

Thank you again for your interest and the information!

Regards,
Ana
The thread that discusses the request from Dr. Klimas for raw data from companies that analyze genetic samples is here: http://www.cortjohnson.org/forums/threads/help-dr-klimas-crowd-source-data.3368/

The thread that introduces Genes for Good is here: http://www.cortjohnson.org/forums/threads/free-dna-test-in-u-of-michigan-genes-for-good-research.2836/#post-6475
 

Cort

Founder of Health Rising and Phoenix Rising
Staff member
Ana at ME/CFS Genes, one of Nancy Klimas's research projects, wrote today in response to my question about whether or not the ME/CFS Genes project can use raw data from Genes for Good:



The thread that discusses the request from Dr. Klimas for raw data from companies that analyze genetic samples is here: http://www.cortjohnson.org/forums/threads/help-dr-klimas-crowd-source-data.3368/

The thread that introduces Genes for Good is here: http://www.cortjohnson.org/forums/threads/free-dna-test-in-u-of-michigan-genes-for-good-research.2836/#post-6475
Thanks Merry, I have ordered Ancestry.com - couldn't afford 23andME
 

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