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Posted by: marcello marcello
Date: June 23, 2021 08:44AM

Hi, I am having a trouble with an specific issue hope if anyone can help.

Basically I have two tables, one has DNA results and the other Markers that has the ID to join all the DNA type ( Allele ).

The table dna_results has to self join since I wish to match the result of the son, with the mother and the father ( this part its done ) so I have the Trio Matching.

But I am also trying to get the dna_result from the son that only matches with the father or the mother that are not in the matching trio ( in the same query ), since that might be a DNA result that only matches with the mother and not the father ( HE IS NOT THE FATHER ! ).

My query :
dna_results.allele_1 as son_a1,
dna_results.allele_2 as son_a2,
mother_results.allele_1 as mother_a1,
mother_results.allele_2 as mother_a2,
father_results.allele_1 as father_a1,
father_results.allele_2 as father_a2
from dna_results
left join snp_markers on dna_results.snp_marker_id =
left join dna_results as mother_resultson snp_results.snp_marker_id = mother_results.snp_marker_id
left join dna_results as father_resultson snp_results.snp_marker_id = father_results.snp_marker_id
where dna_results.dna_result_id = 85396 -- son dna result id
and mother_results.dna_result_id = 35303 -- mother dna result id
and father_results.dna_result_id = 23592 -- father dna result id
and snp_markers.is_parentage_excluded = false -- extra checking
order by dna_results.snp_marker_id asc;

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