(I am not a Bioinformatics expert, please forgive and educate me if I've used any wrong terms or assumptions here)
I bought a "Whole Genome Sequence" kit, which gave me the following VCF files (this service did not include any analysis, just the raw data):
My understanding is that these files show the differences of my DNA relative to a reference human genome (
hg19 in my case)
What tools and resources can I use to find out which known alleles/variants of genes I have?
An example: Blood type
Looking at my VCF results, I have these SNPs and INDELs within that gene:
Given this, how would I figure out my blood type?
I understand that my data may not be 100% accurate, and that many phenotypes are the result of more than one gene, environmental factors, or are not well studied at all, but this should work for some simple things ie blood type, COMT, BHLHE41, CYP1A2, etc