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Import your genome into a SQLite database

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genome-to-sqlite

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Import your genome into a SQLite database.

How to install

$ pip install genome-to-sqlite

How to use

First, export your genome. This tool has only been tested against 23andMe so far. You can request an export of your genome from https://you.23andme.com/tools/data/download/

Now you can convert the resulting export.zip file to SQLite like so:

$ genome-to-sqlite export.zip genome.db

A progress bar will be displayed. You can disable this using --silent.

Importing genome  [#----------------]    5%  00:01:33

You can explore the resulting data using Datasette like this:

$ datasette genome.db --config facet_time_limit_ms:1000

Bumping up the facet time limit is useful in order to enable faceting by chromosome:

http://127.0.0.1:8001/genome/genome?_facet=chromosome&_sort=position

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