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    At one stage they were offering a GEDMatch ready upload file so maybe ask them about that.

    You could spend the rest of your life analysing a WGS file, depends on what you are interested in.
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    One thing I noticed when I put my Yseq WGS autosomal results file through Promethease is that only snps that I was positive for and novel variants were included in the results, snps that I am ancestral for didn’t seem to be included . Or at least thats what I inferred from the fact Promethease couldn’t predict my blood type unless I used the Yseq 23andme format file because there was no result on the main autosomal results file for some of the snps used to predict it (they were included on the Yseq 23andme format file) .I suppose its a way to reduce the file size. Or perhaps something went wrong with Promethease.
    Any one else notice this or is it just me?

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    There are 3 billion base locations included in your WGS test results. By default callers only look for locations where you do not match the reference genome, since the variant call file would be larger than your BAM if all sites were included. YSEQ will create a file that's in the same format as 23andMe that can be uploaded to Gedmatch, if you'd want. Only about 500-900 thousand call sites are included in that report.

    For the most part they only offer analysis on the Y and mitochondrial portions of their WGS tests. This is delivered as a summary of where you fit and recommendations of any additional testing that might be useful to clear up questionable results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacUalraig View Post
    At one stage they were offering a GEDMatch ready upload file so maybe ask them about that.
    I did, and I got a response very quickly from them. YSEQ always has courteous and prompt service, and in this one respect their service is quite satisfactory. They're allowing YFull access to my results, too.

    So, since comparing results is so much fun with DNA tests, here's my Genesis GEDmatch from my YSEQ test:

    Population

    North_Atlantic: 45.16 Pct
    Baltic: 26.98 Pct
    West_Med: 13.36 Pct
    West_Asian: 3.43 Pct
    East_Med: 7.28 Pct
    Red_Sea: 0.85 Pct
    South_Asian: 1.25 Pct
    East_Asian: -
    Siberian: 0.86 Pct
    Amerindian: 0.47 Pct
    Oceanian: -
    Northeast_African: 0.20 Pct
    Sub-Saharan: 0.16 Pct

    My pre-Genesis GEDmatch results from my FTDNA test, which remained static except for a reduction of my SSA from 0.16 to 0.15. Have to double-check to see if there's any other changes, but this is what it says now:

    Population

    North_Atlantic: 44.08 Pct
    Baltic: 27.57 Pct
    West_Med:13.67 Pct
    West_Asian: 3.04 Pct
    East_Med: 8.05 Pct
    Red_Sea: 0.70 Pct
    South_Asian: 1.39 Pct
    East_Asian: -
    Siberian: 0.91 Pct
    Amerindian: 0.33 Pct
    Oceanian: -
    Northeast_African: 0.10 Pct
    Sub-Saharan: 0.15 Pct

    I'm waiting for my new YFull/YSEQ results, that might be a few days, but I uploaded to DNA.Land and really got a difference. Matter of fact, I should post that in the DNA.Land forum. Anyhow, this was really nice. Affordable WGS, a sign of a happy future.
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    I got my own WGSx30 back overnight, my sample got back to the lab on Dec 14th. The Y BAM is downloadable at 343Mb but the full BAM is 32Gb so I will be awaiting the postal version of that. Brief skim through the reports indicates they didn't find any new good quality Y SNPs that I didn't have already from my Y Elite 1.0 but I'm uploading it to YFull for a second opinion.
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    Adding a set of histograms for YSEQ's WGS products as pertains to the Y chromosome. I may publish a link to a blog post that does all contigs with my 30x sample, but don't hold your breath.

    15x WGS: (Note: Two of these really seem to be 20x)


    30x WGS:


    50x WGS:

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