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hey @olszewskip! There was one crowdsourced AI challenge done with the data that would fit your description: https://www.crowdai.org/challenges/opensnp-height-prediction
They also created an open source pipeline to prepare the data from openSNP for the challenge: https://github.com/onaret/opensnp-cohort-maker
hey @Amborella! That’s well spotted. This is most likely the result of how 23andMe reports their SNPs. 23andMe and most other genotyping companies report the variations all based on the +/forward strand of the DNA. But dbSNP and many publications etc. give variants based on the orientation of the gene.
In the case you highlight the IL18 gene is on the -/reverse strand of the DNA (see https://www.snpedia.com/index.php/Rs187238), so one needs to take the complement of the reported 23andMe allele to be in line with that notation, which flips the Gs & Cs around in this case.
Hope that makes sense! :)