One of the really cool things that 23andMe lets you do is browse and download your raw data.
I’m sure there are a lot of options for things to do with it, but one in particular that’s awesome is to run it through Promethease.
Promethease lets you build a report based on the SNPs listed in SNPedia.
Here’s some background information on Promethease from SNPedia:
Here’s a video demo of Promethease:
I uploaded my raw data to Dropbox if you want to check it out. 23andMe provides a collection of SNP information instead of complete data on a full human genome, but it’s still a great resource. Here’s the download link: