Hey, sorry for the long time replying - last I checked, it was a few hundred $s to sequence exome-only (that is, only DNA that actually gets translated into protein) and about $1-1.5k for whole genome - but that was a couple of years ago, and I'm not sure how much cheaper it is now.
To clear up a possible confusion around microarrays, SNP sequencing, and GWAS - microarrays are also used to directly measure gene expression (as opposed to trait expression) by hybridizing mRNA extracted from a tissue sample and hybridizing that against a library of known RNA sequences for different genes. This uses the same technology as microarray-based GWAS, but for different purpose (gene expression vs. genomic variation), and with different material (mRNA vs amplified genomic DNA) and analysis math.
Also, there's increasingly less reason to use microa... (read more)
~2 hours' of analysis here: https://github.com/sclamons/LW_Quest_Analysis, notebook directly viewable at https://nbviewer.jupyter.org/github/sclamons/LW_Quest_Analysis/blob/main/lw_dnd.ipynb.
Quick takeaways:1) From simple visualizations, it doesn't look like there are correlations between stats, either in the aggregated population or in either the hero or failed-hero populations. 2) I decided to base my stat increases on what would add the most probability of success for improving that stat, looking at each stat in isolation, where success probabiliti