Enlis Genomes seems to be gaining some traction in the retail consumer genomics market. One of their products is a report (interpretation) of raw data, a brief free report (teaser) or a paid report for $79.95.
When I uploaded my PGP masterVarBeta file, I got this message in an email -
Import failed for file name:
Unable to determine file type. Our staff has been notified, so we will investigate!
Get more information on the file formats that we accept here:
Also, from their website, I find this -
Complete Genomics format
Our main support is for the var-[ASM-ID].tsv.bz2 file found in the ASM folder
The filename that you upload to us must start with "var-", and end with "tsv.bz2" or "tsv"
Data must be aligned to human reference 37
We do not support masterVarBeta files
We do support vcf or vcfBeta files
This has been a continuing problem for any and all retail 3rd party report generation, such as Full Genome Corp. (FGC) - https://www.fullgenomes.com/, and another which I don't remember. Apparently their software just can't handle the masterVarBeta files generated by CGI in 2013 and 2014.
@benc, I have downloaded the file, but it doesn't look particularly intuitive for those whose skills are mostly limited to GUI applications. How long will it typically take to go through this and sort it out?
I really want to get my PGP data into a file that isn't always rejected by 3rd party software.
EDIT - I know there are a few Open Humans who have software programming skills. Is it feasible to take this masterVarBeta to VCF conversion tool and create web site link for simple GUI conversion for those that don't have the requisite skills to use command line executable files? There are at least a few of us here that have the old masterVarBeta files, which would be much more accessible if converted to VCF files.
Thanks a lot!!