Hi! Assume that a Genome Wide Association Study (GWAS) yields three significant SNPs related to a disease; another GWAS yields two more SNPs (different from the previous ones) related to the same disease and another GWAS finally yields four significant SNPs involved in the same disease, but these SNPs were already found in the previous studies all but one. This scenario suggests that the more GWAS datasets are generated, the more significant associated SNPs will be discovered. Is there a way to compute how many new SNPs will be discovered in the next generation of n GWAS datasets? How many significant SNPs are yet to be discovered thanks to GWAS? Are there softwares which make the calculation? Please help me with some suggestions. Thanks.