What can you do with your data? You can join these activities to explore your data or share it with research and citizen science.
Genevieve matches your genome against public variant data, and invites you to contribute to shared notes.
Keeping Pace seeks to study data about how we move around, to understand how seasons and local environment influence our movement patterns.
Is your 23andMe data public? Register interest in a study of how folks interact with their genome data using GenomiX, our visualization tool
Play with code for analyzing personal data! Your data stays private on a personal virtual machine.
Circles is a research study that aims to discover the genetic basis for a mysterious and remarkable human trait: the areola.
openSNP allows you to put your genetic and phenotypic data into the public domain. Connect your openSNP account to Open Humans.
The OpenAPS Data Commons collects data from DIY closed loopers and facilitates research in partnership with the DIY closed loop community.
The Nightscout Data Commons collects data from Nightscout users and facilitates research in partnership with the DIY diabetes community.
GoViral aims to map the spread of viruses in your community with kits and surveys.
Showcase and share your Personal Data Notebooks with others
The Resilience Project aims to discover why some people are more able to overcome challenges to their health and escape disease.