Reproduction eQTL GTex Box plot
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7441980 • 0

HiI need to regenerate the eqtl boxplot graph forsome of my snps of interest.

I can see the eqtl graph in GTex portal but I cant export the image.

So, how can I downloadthe eqtl data from GTex portal ?

like this paper Figure 1 .

Thanks and regards

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Hello 7441980!

It appears that your post has been cross-posted to another site: https://bioinformatics.stackexchange.com/questions/12769/how-can-i-download-the-snp-genotyping-information-from-gtex

This is typically not recommended as it runs the risk of annoying people in both communities.

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By the way, if you really want elaborate reponses then investing some effort is recommended. Please embed images properly, take care of the visual appearance of your post, check typos and show what you've tried.

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Okay, you are right!

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Please do not delete questions after a user already invested time to post an answer. It is not forbidden to cross-post, but usually not recommended. Don't worry, just leave the question as is.

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Fabio Marroni ★ 2.9k

Hi! First of all, we cannot see the picture. Maybe you want to read this post on how to post figures on Biostars. Then, if the question is how to download the eqtl data from GTEx the answer is: Go to GTEx page, select the dataset you want and download it. While for some datasets you would need to register, maybe for you downloading some of the datasets under the line "Single-Tissue cis-QTL Data" should be enough. This depends on what you exactly need, but should be enough!

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Thank you for your answer! Actually I have been studying the page you mentioned for 2 days . I still have no idea which file contains the genotype data of a SNP (eg, sample 1 is AA ; sample 2 is AG, etc). Would you please give me some more hints ? That will save my life! (Apology for the hidden figure)

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