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    Nebula Genomics (30x Whole Genome Sequencing)

    I finally broke down, and decided to order myself a kit. I received 70% off for the Spring sale, but went with the lifetime member access, so it came out to $499 in total.

    I will have a 30x WGS raw data file to utilize, which is the gold-standard of population genomics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post
    I finally broke down, and decided to order myself a kit. I received 70% off for the Spring sale, but went with the lifetime member access, so it came out to $499 in total.

    I will have a 30x WGS raw data file to utilize, which is the gold-standard of population genomics.
    Nice :)

    ... same price as the Helix Exome+ (whole exome sequencing), ...

    ... if it wasn’t for the lack of information regarding the Helix raw-data compatibility, I would have gotten it already.

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    ^^For Nebula Genomics, I can download the VCF file, and convert it to a raw data file in a direct-to-consumer genomic format with DNAkit Studio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post
    ^^For Nebula Genomics, I can download the VCF file, and convert it to a raw data file in a direct-to-consumer genomic format with DNAkit Studio.

    Dna Land has the imputed VCF files, ... a while ago I downloaded and unzipped the “Human Genome Reference” and then I added it into the appropriate DNAkit studio folder, ...

    I don't post the imputed Raw-Data results, and if I do, I'd say so.

    When you get the Nebula Genomics results you could do an experiment and see the difference between normal and imputed VCF.

    You could tell us about discrepancies and the validity of the imputed results :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    Dna Land has the imputed VCF files, ... a while ago I downloaded and unzipped the “Human Genome Reference” and then I added it into the appropriate DNAkit studio folder, ...
    I don't post the imputed Raw-Data results, and if I do, I'd say so.
    When you get the Nebula Genomics results you could do an experiment and see the difference between normal and imputed VCF.
    You could tell us about discrepancies and the validity of the imputed results :)
    I will also need to invest in an external hard drive, since the all of the files to download will be over 100 GBs. Though the VCF file is only about 300 MBs I believe.

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    Tomorrow I submit my sample back into the mail, and then it will be a waiting game from there. It should be 8-10 weeks turn around time, from when they receive the sample back. So hopefully by mid-June or early-July, my results should be ready.

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