At the beginning of SNPedia, public genomic data was rare and this page was useful. Overtime many sources of public genomes have become available, as mentioned below. The raw data for many of these genomes are not available at a public location, and as such it's become difficult to maintain up-to-date information.
This spreadsheet of genomes with raw data is available.
There are additional public genome lists at PGP users and the opensnp users.
There are currently 14 public SNPedia genomes. They are from real people who've chosen to share their data to help all of us learn more about our genomes. Nearly all of them have regularly updated Promethease reports, but be sure to check the report header to understand how up to date each is.
|Platform||Raw data available||Summary|
|Aaron Vollrath||23andMe v2||false||Male on 23andMe|
|Almelina||23andMe v2||false||Female with cancer 2x|
|Blainebettinger||FTDNA Family Finder|
|true||23andMe v2 & v3, FTDNA Family Finder, Ancestry.com|
|Denisova||Full Sequencing||a 41k year old member of the genus Homo|
|Hongiiv||true||23andMe v2 & Affymetrix Axiom, male, Korean|
|Jtw||23andMe v3||Male on 23andMe v3|
|Lilly Mendel||true||female co-founder of 23andMe|
|Manu Sporny||23andMe v3||Indian Male 23andMe v3|
|Visualized family snps; whole family 23andMe genotypes|
|Masaru Tomita||Full genome sequence||Japanese Male|
|MikesGene||deCODEme vs 23andMe comparison|
|Razib||23andMe v3||Male on 23andMe v3|
|Ronald Bailey||23andMe v2||23andMe data from the science correspondent of Reason magazine|
|Watson||true||full genomic sequence|