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GQL aims to be a functional query language for diving into SNP-JSON data - allowing you to easily query for SNPs with a number of conditions, and the ability to stack/nest these conditions as needed. You might not always need GQL to analyze DNA, but when you have any [complex queries](http://snpedia.com/index.php/Gs145/criteria) you will find it handy.