Hi, I'm studying 23andme raw date (I thank Martin Cech for the help) . I know that the number of autosomal SNPs tested is around 640,000 and raw data containing only the SNPs founded. But where I find the list of all 640,000 SNPs tested by 23andme? So I can learn by difference what are the negative SNPs, that is NOT present in the sample/person, and discard many inherited diseases.
You could ask them about it, but I'm fairly certain that the exact list is proprietary to 23andme. The open websites Martin pointed you to (https://biostar.usegalaxy.org/p/29230/) plus others that are fee-based (google to find) do have webpage listings, but as far as I can, there isn't a downloadable file (expected if proprietary).
Thanks! Jen, Galaxy team