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how do we calculate polygenic risk score?
... Hi, Can anyone explain, how do we calculate the polygenic risk score? Can anyone give an example? ...
genome snp written 26 days ago by mag10 • updated 23 days ago by Kevin Blighe67k
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Comment: C: manhattan plot for different color in R
... Thank you so much @zx8754, we can specify the red color in your code, but the other color cannot be specified. can I specify the other one as well? Thanks. ...
written 27 days ago by mag10
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manhattan plot for different color in R
... Hi there, I have such a dataset below, I try to draw a manhattan plot in R. Each chromosome has 2 different groups as Group 1 and Group2 and I try to show these groups in different colors (Group 1 blue and Group 2 red). I used `qqman` package in R (`manhattan(mydf,col = c("red", "blue") )`) but, I c ...
R manhattanplot written 27 days ago by mag10 • updated 27 days ago by bernatgel2.7k
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Comment: C: manhattan plot for different colorw
... No this shows separated colors ...
written 4 weeks ago by mag10
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Comment: A: manhattan plot for different colorw
... I will appreciate for any comment ...
written 4 weeks ago by mag10
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manhattan plot for different colorw
... Hi everyone, I try to draw a Manhattan plot via the R programming language, but every chromosome has two different colors. Look at the example below, input, and expected output, please. # this is just an example of manhattan plot library(qqman) manhattan(gwasResults, chr="CHR", bp="BP", ...
genome R written 4 weeks ago by mag10 • updated 4 weeks ago by Corentin450
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Comment: A: genome coordinates hg19 from UCSC genome browser
... Thank you @emilyprice, I couldn't see all start and endpoints. Is that link list all the points? Here is some part of the list from the link, chr1 249250621 chr2 243199373 chr3 198022430 .... chr6_ssto_hap7 4928567 chr6_mcf_hap5 4833398 ...
written 5 weeks ago by mag10
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genome coordinates hg19 from UCSC genome browser
... Dear all, I need a chromosome's basepair start and basepair end points (genetic locations) or in other words genome coordinates (hg19) from the UCSC genome browser, can anyone help me? how can I find it? Thanks ...
genome written 5 weeks ago by mag10 • updated 5 weeks ago by Alex Reynolds31k

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