Formats your DNA file as JSON
|Description||Formats your DNA file as JSON|
|Node Version||>= 0.4|
A SNP (single-nucleotide polymorphism - pronounced "snip") is a mutation in your genome. SNPs can tell you a lot about yourself (hair color, height, muscle type, allergies, response to disease, response to pharmaceuticals, heritage, etc.).
Your DNA file from any vendor will be a big list of these SNPs. Think of it like a diff against a reference human genome. Most vendors will compare your genome against GRCh Build 37
|Name||Supported||Price||Sample||Autosomal SNPs||Y SNPs||X SNPs||MT SNPs||Raw Data|
|FamilyTree||Yes||99 USD||Cheek Swab||708,092||0||18,091||0||Yes|
tl;dr use 23andMe they provide more data and are the cheapest
Use this if you just want to convert your data to the correct format so you can start querying your genome.
$ npm install dna2json -g$ dna2jsonUsage: dna2json <input file> <output file>$ dna2json dna.txt dna.jsonThis will take a while...
var dna = require'dna2json';var fs = require'fs';// dna.createParser() returns a duplex stream// input = text from your dna file// output = SNPs as JSON// to write to disk just pipe it to JSONStream then to fsvar txt = fsreadFileSync'dna.txt';dnaparsetxt// snps = the object with your mutations;
Every vendor has their own format for your DNA. I decided to make a standard format called SNP-JSON. This library will convert custom formats to this standard.
SNP-JSON looks like this
"rs4477212":"chromosome": 1"genotype": "AA""rs3094315":"chromosome": 1"genotype": "AA""rs3131972":"chromosome": 1"genotype": "GG""rs12124819":"chromosome": 1"genotype": "AA""rs11240777":"chromosome": 1"genotype": "GG""rs6681049":"chromosome": 1"genotype": "CC"
- The key is the RSID or vendor ID.
- Chromosome is which chromosome the data came from (1-22, X, Y, or MT).
- Genotype is the value for the RSID.
In this example we will determine if you are immune to norovirus:
var dna = require'./dna.json';if dnars601338 = 'AA'// congrats you are immune!
Once you have your data in the right format you can use the library of genosets by genomejs.
You can view a list of these by searching npm for genoset
You can also publish your own tools that analyze your DNA! Here is a tool that we recommend to get you started GQL
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