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Inside here is even more complicated.
These genotypes occur in up to 33.3% of people of your ethnicity
You've now passed the easy stuff. Below this point you've entered the deep magic. These are your genotypes, which are common within your ethnicity.
We know how frequent these are, which is helpful. But these snps are particularly prone to confusion in the literature, and they may be orientied differently on different microarrays. They might require different interpretations for Navigenics vs 23andMe customers.
A collection of genotypes for which you have the normal or common form, hence usually boring.
Someone has already assigned these a magnitude=0, which makes them probably boring. But since these are also ambiguous, there may be differences between how they should be interpretted on different microarrays.
These have very little information available.