Members of the Corpas family have decided to carry out personal genetic tests, analyze them and make the data available to the public domain. We hereby have made our genomes available to the community in a variety of ways using a public domain license.
You are welcome to use our genome data for your analyses. Whatever your strength or particular technical expertise we would be happy to have your results to share. So if you know how to find interesting phenotypic associations, or are great at finding genetic variations please take the data and analyse it and send us back the results.
Once you have used the data in an analysis and want to send us the results just push the new files to github (as described in the github instructions http://familygenome.github.com/data ) and let us know you have added something.
Everyone who sends us some data will have their contributions logged and published on this site and also on the front page of the github repository. Github tracks automatically the changes made to a project so your contribution will not get lost. We are very keen that everyone who contributes and gets involved will get all the credit they deserve.
Public Domain Dedication
You can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission. We would be very grateful if you could report back to us anything interesting you may have found, any application or any use you may have given to this data.
Rafael Jimenez (Senior Technical Officer)
Dr Darren Logan (Faculty, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute)
Dr Anna Middleton (Ethics Researcher, Wellcome Trust Sanger Instute)
Dr Bernat Gel (Intern Student)