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Note: Leapdna is a work in progress. This page will be updated as the format evolves and, once we're ready to relase a stable version, extensive documentation will be provided.
If the current software ecosystem of programs used for the statistical evaluation of DNA results adopted this format, the analysis of a case could look like this:
At the core, the leapdna file format is a JSON file. This means the format is already understood by every major programming language and has a natural mapping to the language’s native data types (namely the equivalents of lists or arrays and dictionaries or hashes). In addition, the extensive spread of JSON means leapdna can take advantage of heavily optimised parsers and of the natural support for it in distributed internet applications.