User: somayeh bakhshalizadeh

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Comment: C: How can I convert -log10 (p-value) to p-value?
... Thank you so much for your reply. ...
written 4 days ago by somayeh bakhshalizadeh20
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Comment: C: How can I convert -log10 (p-value) to p-value?
... Thank you for your reply, Here: logp<- -log10(p) # = 2 What does the number 2 mean? ...
written 4 days ago by somayeh bakhshalizadeh20
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How can I convert -log10 (p-value) to p-value?
... Hello, Example: –log10 (p-value)= 11.28 p-value??? Can anyone help? Thanks in advance. Best regards, ...
p-value written 4 days ago by somayeh bakhshalizadeh20 • updated 4 days ago by dariober9.8k
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Comment: C: Genome wide association studies (GWAS) Meta-analysis
... In my first study, I have these BTAs: exp(1): 2.718282, exp(3):20.08554, exp(5): 148.4132, exp(8):2980.958, exp(9):8103.084, exp(11):59874.14, exp(14):1202604, exp(18):65659969, exp(19): 178482301, exp (21):1318815734, exp(23):9744803446 Ranged from 2.72 to 9744803446. ...
written 5 weeks ago by somayeh bakhshalizadeh20
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Comment: C: Genome wide association studies (GWAS) Meta-analysis
... Hello, Thank you so much for your reply, For example: (SNP name: rs41646593, **BTA:1**, Position (bp): 2515412, Gene name:MIS18A) Here BTA = 1, as you said: Can you confirm what is the BTA column in your data? - this is likely the **beta coefficient**. If you obtain the exponent of this, then ...
written 5 weeks ago by somayeh bakhshalizadeh20
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Comment: C: Genome wide association studies (GWAS) Meta-analysis
... I want to work on the GWAS meta-analysis in QTL mapping for phenotype traits. Using systematic overviews such as meta-analysis, by aggregating existing information, increase the accuracy of the results of genomic predictions and QTL mapping. To work with METAL, headers mentioned in METAL doucumenta ...
written 5 weeks ago by somayeh bakhshalizadeh20
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Comment: C: Genome wide association studies (GWAS) Meta-analysis
... Yes, phenotype traits. ...
written 5 weeks ago by somayeh bakhshalizadeh20
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Comment: C: Genome wide association studies (GWAS) Meta-analysis
... Hello Mr Blighe I do not have a case and control in my study. I work with quantitative traits. Is there a way to calculate OR for quantitative traits? ...
written 5 weeks ago by somayeh bakhshalizadeh20
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Comment: C: Genome wide association studies (GWAS) Meta-analysis
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written 6 weeks ago by somayeh bakhshalizadeh20
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Comment: A: Genome wide association studies (GWAS) Meta-analysis
... Hello, Thank you so much for your reply, I have access to the parameters of the ID SNP, BTA, GeneName, Position, MAF, Estimate, SE, P-value for GWAS meta-analysis, but I do not have OR in some articles. Is there a way to calculate it? Can something be replaced? ...
written 6 weeks ago by somayeh bakhshalizadeh20

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