I first started digging into personal genetic decoding over a half-dozen years ago. Back then you could run your DNA data through basic report generators that marked genetic mutations of interest. To understand those genes you had to research each one individually. It was a lot of fiddly work and lots of reading.
These days there are sites that generate detailed personal DNA reports for you. If I was still coding software I probably would have been really into creating automation like you find on these sites, but these days I prefer to just be a user. Today I’m going to discuss one such site, a site I paid to access, and yet so far, as a user, I approve of what they provide. The site is selfDecode.