Once you have received the results of your DNA test you will want to get the most value from this investment. That is why I present a list of websites where you can upload your RAW DNA file to get more detail about what your DNA company gives.
Web to search for coincidences, ethnic estimates and other tools related to genealogy.
If you have done your DNA test in FTDNA, 23andme, LivingDNA or Ancestry, you can upload your RAW DNA file for free to the MyHeritage website to search for genetic matches and ethnic estimates.
If you have done your DNA test in 23andme, LivingDNA, FTDNA, MyHeritage or Ancestry, you can upload your RAW DNA file for free to the DNA.LAND website to search for genetic matches and ethnic estimates.
If you have done your DNA test in 23andme, LivingDNA, MyHeritage or Ancestry, you can upload your RAW DNA file for free to the FTDNA website to search for genetic matches and ethnic estimates.
If you have done your DNA test in 23andme, LivingDNA, FTDNA, MyHeritage or Ancestry, you can upload your RAW DNA file for free to the Geneplaza website to receive modern and ancestral ethnic estimates, as well as other health and feature applications.
MORLEY YDNA (Paternal)
Morley DNA allows you to get more detail from your RAW of 23andme / LivingDNA / Ancestry / MyHeritage.
James Lick MTDNA gives more detail of your 23andme / LivingDNA / Ancestry RAW.
A great new page to get health reports with scientific details and a good bunch of filters. It is updated frequently.
The health reference based on your RAW DNA is Promethease. It is one of the mandatory sites to upload your RAW. Cost $ 12.
Explanation of the magnitudes: https://www.snpedia.com/index.php/Magnitude
The Wiki of genetic markers, undoubtedly the best thing to investigate the markers and understand how these issues work.
This is free, but it does not get you clearly and promethease quality, the “good” is that it calculates the top 10 of “diseases” based on the odds + frequency + incidence rate of your markers.
Free information of different medical risks based on your DNA, very graphic but more complex to analyze.
Selfhacked explains in detail each feature and marker and ways to “improve” or take advantage of what each one causes or does. Recommendable.
For a fee, they summarize you and give you “chewed” information.
Page similar to SelfDecode. They have mobile app.
Very well presented, you get a very simple summary to understand your traits, no diseases.
Web with applications of health, genealogy and manipulation of RAWs.
Supplementation and diet recommendations
App. This health application shows information on traits and diseases based on the DNA file. You have some free and other payment options from € 0.99 to € 3.99