excellent finds. Thanks and welcome to SNPedia. --- cariaso 16:03, 14 July 2015 (UTC)
- You've just commented on 3 snps. But none of them seem to have any known publications, associations or phenotypes. As per the FAQ "It would be possible to load all ~10M SNPs from dbSNP, but then the only thing we could say about 99.99% of them would be 'this is a SNP' and perhaps which microarrays it occurs on. Few people would care." --- cariaso 02:09, 24 July 2015 (UTC)
Ah, I didn't realize that was there. Very sorry. I suppose I'm a little eager - while they don't have clinical significance, I thought they were significant due to the population charts which may be meaningful to some people. I'll practice more scrutiny in going through the SNPs in the future. Sorry again.
Thank you for your recent edit. You appear to have done everything correctly. If you're making similar contributions in the future you will find you can leave out a lot of details (geno1=, geno2=, chrom=, pos=) and the entire 'population diversity' box (which its rather amazing you did) and a bot will fill them in within 24h. This can be an attractive option no only for ease, but also because the bots enforce a certain standardization which a human can only hope to approximate. --- cariaso 20:50, 27 August 2015 (UTC)