We've just launched a new feature on the Open Humans website: the data selfie.
This is an area for you to share data that doesn't fit into the other categories: this could be medical imaging, test results, genetic data from sources we don't currently integrate with, Quantified Self data like weight or sleep tracking data, or other data that pertains to you. One possibility is that we'll be able to use some of the uploaded data to develop more in-depth integrations around particular data types, meaning the data you upload may be useful to researchers and the community as well as our efforts to further develop Open Humans.
Once you've uploaded files you can optionally choose to make them public.
I've just uploaded my Full Genomes genetic data to my data selfie on Open Humans and made it public if you want an example of how it looks (at the bottom of the page).
We don't do any processing of the information uploaded to the data selfie section, so please be careful to avoid uploading identifying information there if you're worried about being identified.