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Comment: C: If the odds ratio of a SNP is < 1, does that mean the minor allele is protective
... Thank you for the detailed answer! I'm curious, how trustworthy can we consider the odds ratios in this paper, considering they don't seem to be correcting for any covariates? ...
written 6 months ago by maya123z30
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If the odds ratio of a SNP is < 1, does that mean the minor allele is protective?
... I am reading a paper ([link here][1]) where they did a GWAS looking for Alzheimer's-associated genes. In their Table 2, a lot of the associated SNPs have an odds ratio that's less than 1. Does that mean that the minor allele is protective against Alzheimer's? Or, is this just because these are raw o ...
gwas odds ratio written 6 months ago by maya123z30 • updated 6 months ago by Kevin Blighe30k
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How to calculate odds ratio in a GWAS using GEMMA output?
... I recently ran a GWAS in GEMMA to fit a linear mixed model and generate p-values using the likelihood ratio test. I've identified 20 SNPs that are statistically significant. The output file just includes the following columns: SNP ID, chromosomal position, number missing in my dataset, major allele, ...
gwas odds ratio gemma written 6 months ago by maya123z30
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Comment: C: Extremely low pve in a GWAS study?
... See my responses to Kevin above. I pre-filtered my genotype data by maf > 1% and missingness <15%. ...
written 6 months ago by maya123z30
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Comment: C: Extremely low pve in a GWAS study?
... Update: The results from using 2 PCs look basically the same. Unfortunately I think I'm probably just going to have to note the likely existence of bias in my data due to the experimental design. For the purposes of my undergraduate thesis at least, this will not be a major problem. Thanks to both o ...
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Comment: C: Extremely low pve in a GWAS study?
... Here's what the QQ plot looks like for the Wald test when including 5 PCs: https://imgur.com/a/KjMV6 It's still not great but a bit better, though the p-values are quite a bit larger. I'll give it a try with fewer PCs and let you know the results... ...
written 6 months ago by maya123z30
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Comment: C: Extremely low pve in a GWAS study?
... Yes, they seem to all be around 0.25-0.35. I tried it without the PCs included as covariates, but as the original post states, this caused the resultant QQ plot to have a strange wavy-looking shape, and I'm not sure why. ...
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Extremely low pve in a GWAS study?
... I am currently working on running a GWAS using GEMMA to apply a linear mixed model, and I've been experiencing some difficulties with my analysis. Specifically the QQ plot has shown some early deviation from the expected line, as I described in a [previous question][1]. I also recently noticed that ...
chip heritability gwas pve gemma written 6 months ago by maya123z30
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Comment: C: Correcting for population structure in GWAS?
... Since none of the pc's or other covariates were statistically significant, I ran the analysis again without any covariates. The QQ plot from that data had a strange step-shaped pattern: https://imgur.com/a/t9Zu7 ...
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Comment: C: Correcting for population structure in GWAS?
... Ah I see. That's strange because for all other papers I've seen using this model set (205 inbred Drosophila lines derived from the same geographical area) always include 5-20 principle components as covariates. In my case, I fitted a logistic regression to the first 5 pc's and determined that none w ...
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