Repute: The opinion generally held of someone or something; the state of being generally regarded in a particular way.
Repute as a parameter is applied to a (single) genotype, and it can be either Good, Bad, or Not Set (blank).
'Good' and 'Bad' are mostly self explanatory. However, it's worth stating that many genotypes have a bit of good and a bit of bad. These and many other genotypes should remain 'Not Set'. Sometimes that's because they're not distinctly Good or Bad (like eye color) or Ancestry, but usually it means no human has come along to do the classification yet. Often this is the right thing to do, because the published studies are still too new and unreplicated to be convincing. However if you read through the literature and feel that a particular genotype is convincingly good or bad, please edit the genotype page so that future users can benefit from your insight.
In a Promethease report, the Repute is represented by the colors outlining each genotype. Genotypes with good, bad, and not set reputes are outlined in green, red, and gray, respectively.
Traits and similiar neutral concepts like eye color should be left blank.
See also the related concept Magnitude
|rs15793179(A;A)||6||normal, for chickens|
|i3003626(D;D)||5||resistant to HIV|
|rs11591147(T;T)||4.5||2-3 fold lower risk of heart disease|
|rs147210663(A;G)||4||rare variant with large positive effect|
|rs138326449(A;G)||4||rare variant with large positive effect|
|rs76353203(C;T)||4||rare variant with large positive effect|
|rs63750847(A;A)||4||resistance to Alzheimer's disease|
|... further results|
|i4000378(I;I)||10||BRCA1 (breast cancer) 5382insC|
|rs63751223(C;G)||9||early-onset Alzheimers disease|
|rs137891647(G;G)||9||Lipoyltransferase 1 deficiency (severe)|
|rs200649783(A;A)||9||Orofaciodigital syndrome likely|
|rs80338859(T;T)||9||Miscall for 23andMe customers; otherwise, Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome|
|rs770374710(-;G)||9||Prader-Willi-like syndrome; Schaaf-Yang syndrome|
|rs63750577(C;T)||9||early-onset Alzheimers disease|
|rs267607036(G;G)||9||Pontocerebellar hypoplasia type 2D|
|rs63750215(A;T)||9||early-onset Alzheimer's disease|
|... further results|