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Thread: Does it matter where you get your raw data from?

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    I dont know about the technical implementation but if they sequence your entire genome, then the rest depends on the format of the file (which can be translated into other data formats). So really it depends on the extent the chip encapsulates the genome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yelmex View Post
    There are subtle differences but overall I don't think it's anything too major.
    23 V5 and LivingDNA chip are very majorly different. The newest Ancestry chip is somewhat different. The new Geno 2.0 NG Helix is radically different. 23 V4 is a little bit different.

    Relative to Geno 2.0 NG, FamilyFinder, MyHeritage, 23 v3.

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