Thanks for looking at this. It's a complicated idea and hard to summarize in posts. There's several ways this model could be deployed. I'm working on a few paths.
I think the major researsh/ teaching hospitals would do well to consider biological domains for the portable portion of patient health records. It's a powerful model and solves a lot of problems of consent, scale and data quality over time. Any entity can head in this direction unilaterally.
Feel free to drop me a note if you have any other questions.
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A prevelance for each mutation is a great idea!. I'll make it first on our new features list. To remove the backdrop and map and scale are easy enough - just require time/money. Clearly the map needs much more info and data for each zoom scale.! I'm probably going to start a kickstarter project and let those who contribute dedicate a SNP :).
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