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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostENVY View Post
    I just wanted to say that I waited 2 months to get the results. I was able to modify the raw DNA file they provide to be read by GEDmatch. It is 100% close to my AncestryDNA kit but in a sense this is better because it goes a wider Y-Haplogroup analysis. Let me know if you guys are interested.
    How did you modify it? If the raw DNA data they provide can be used on GedMatch, this may be more useful than I thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostENVY View Post
    I just wanted to say that I waited 2 months to get the results. I was able to modify the raw DNA file they provide to be read by GEDmatch. It is 100% close to my AncestryDNA kit but in a sense this is better because it goes a wider Y-Haplogroup analysis. Let me know if you guys are interested.
    I'm interested, I'm interested!

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    You will need to download your RAW DNA File from Genes For Good App. You want the "GFG_filtered_unphased_genotypes_23andMe." You need to replace a couple of strings using WordPad. Open Wordpad and load the file, and then click on the "Replace Button" on the right side. I noticed the RAW File has additional bits of SNPS that GED cant understand and it confuses the system. This is where the good stuff happens. You want to click replace and then under "find what" start with "22:" and "replace it with" with "#" and then one click on the spacebar. Why? Because it makes it so that line becomes a comment and it wont get read by GED! (Start from Chromosome 22->1 and downwards because it will mess up the formatting if you go from 1->22." Click on "Replace All" afterwards. (The program will freeze but just let it do its thing". You need to do this on all 22 chromosomes! Just replace "Find what" from "22:" to "21:" after it has finished replacing all of the information in the file. Keep going until you get to the 1st chromosome.You will also need to do "X:" "Y:" and "MT:" with the "Find What" and "replace wit" h "#" and then one click on the spacebar. That's it! It should load the file without a problem! I zipped it up loaded it under GEDmatch under the old UPLOAD for 23&me option and now I can use the calculators. GEDMatch will show some issues with tokenizing but so far everything works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostENVY View Post
    You will need to download your RAW DNA File from Genes For Good App. You want the "GFG_filtered_unphased_genotypes_23andMe." You need to replace a couple of strings using WordPad. Open Wordpad and load the file, and then click on the "Replace Button" on the right side. I noticed the RAW File has additional bits of SNPS that GED cant understand and it confuses the system. This is where the good stuff happens. You want to click replace and then under "find what" start with "22:" and "replace it with" with "#" and then one click on the spacebar. Why? Because it makes it so that line becomes a comment and it wont get read by GED! (Start from Chromosome 22->1 and downwards because it will mess up the formatting if you go from 1->22." Click on "Replace All" afterwards. (The program will freeze but just let it do its thing". You need to do this on all 22 chromosomes! Just replace "Find what" from "22:" to "21:" after it has finished replacing all of the information in the file. Keep going until you get to the 1st chromosome.You will also need to do "X:" "Y:" and "MT:" with the "Find What" and "replace wit" h "#" and then one click on the spacebar. That's it! It should load the file without a problem! I zipped it up loaded it under GEDmatch under the old UPLOAD for 23&me option and now I can use the calculators. GEDMatch will show some issues with tokenizing but so far everything works.
    Thanks. Do you mind posting a comparison of your results with it with 23andMe or AncestryDNA? I might have to get this then and try it.

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    Okay, that wasn't so bad. I filled out over half of all the surveys in under 20 minutes (just have to finish the health tracking ones). I'm going to try it out and see if I can get it to work with Gedmatch.

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    The thing is that since I had my DNA analyzed already I went ahead and had my dad take the exam. Since we are 'father and son' it should be relatively close right? Well you bet your ass it was close! Too close as a matter of fact! His % for each population various just a little but the closest 4 ancestries remain the same! So you know its legit. I'm at work but I will try to post pictures when I have free time. My next goal is to have this genome file read by DNALAND ( I think it has the most accurate % values for ethnicities). So far no success. Will keep you posted.

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    These Genes for Good people are pretty tight with releasing raw data, I know that much. None of the other genetic genealogy companies are this tight with the raw data.

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    And of course you need to live in the USA.

    But why wants Facebook to have your DNA?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaquille View Post
    And of course you need to live in the USA.

    But why wants Facebook to have your DNA?
    It's the health department at the University of Michigan that wants it. They're just using Facebook as a way to reach people with their app. But I'm thinking, if you can get your raw DNA data for free and get it read by GEDmatch, then you might not need to go through other sites like 23andMe and AncestryDNA unless you want their interpretations of your genome. Either way, you can save a lot of money, especially for folks who just want to find DNA matches and connect with long lost cousins for genealogy purposes. Now, some of these companies do sell DNA samples for a lot of money (like 23andMe), and some people feel like they should be given a payday for this in return, but I don't care. I especially won't care if I can get the kit for free, at least. I don't know if University of Michigan will sell the samples, but they will keep them, even if you delete your profile afterwards. So, one has to decide if they are comfortable with that. But yeah, they only ship to the United States.

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