Thank you, these are helpful. --- cariaso 11:42, 21 April 2016 (UTC)
Very happy to help. I'll keep fixing small inconsistencies I find (mostly related to my current use of SNPedia). I have a few changes that I would probably like but not sure yet what is the best way to go on about them. Will read a bit more and potentially send you an email if I don't come to a reasonable conclusion. These are mostly regarding setting magnitudes and on the parsing of genosets.
- Please be aware you mis-classified several genos as magnitude=0 (ie normal/boring) when they did indicate a non-normal genotype, such as http://snpedia.com/index.php?title=Rs10761659%28A%3BG%29&type=revision&diff=1151033&oldid=1151000 --- cariaso 01:04, 22 April 2016 (UTC)
Thanks for the heads-up. I'll make sure they are 1s on the next edits for non-standard stuff and 0 for normals.
- just another attaboy, you continue to catch lots of the 'little' things that have been long overlooked. This kind of scrutiny is invaluable and very much appreciated. --- cariaso 08:20, 26 July 2017 (UTC)
- Thanks Mike. These variants/genotypes have been found in some of our participants in the Personal Genomes Project UK. This dataset has been invaluable in the production of our reports, that are now starting to be released (e.g. https://my.personalgenomes.org.uk/datasets/74/download ). If you have comments or would like to cement this link between SNPedia and PGP-UK we'll be more than happy to talk. In the meantime I'll keep editing small oddities we find along the way.
- Super happy to talk. And while I appreciate the benefits of a public discussion, I find the wiki software rather awkward for this purpose, so drop me a line at email@example.com . There may be many ways to beneficially cross pollinate. --- cariaso 08:29, 26 July 2017 (UTC)