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Jordan Maldonado Mr. Hoppe Geographic Project Database 25 September 2017 The Geographic Project is the most extensive survey of human population genetics in the entire world. Its purpose is to study the migration pattern of humans by the collection of DNA. With a large amount of data needs to be collective for it to work accurately. There are a few roles DBMS do that allow this project to work. This technology allows collection of data to be more organized and will allow more control over the collective data. It also allows a secure file for the data to be shared within certain individuals. The Geographic Project stores data submitted through participants buccal swabs which allows them to view the results in a secure site. Also, sex, country, blood type, DNA are also stored inside.
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