Question: How to use an ordinal or discrete phenotype in plink?
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5.0 years ago by
noahconnally30
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noahconnally30 wrote:

I want to run an association using plink.  I know that you can use data that is continuous and data that is categorical.  However, my data is ordinal.  Each individual has a phenotype that is 0, 1, 2, or 3.  So it's not continuous, but it's also not simply categorical — 2 is closer to 3 than 0, for example.  Basically, my data are discrete and I can't figure out how to get plink to work with that.  Thank you!

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