LocusZoom: Plot regional association results from GWAS

February 10, 2010

(This article was first published on Getting Genetics Done, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Update Friday, May 14, 2010: See this newer post on LocusZoom.

If you caught Cristen Willer’s seminar here a few weeks ago you saw several beautiful figures in the style of a manhattan plot, but zoomed in around a region of interest, with several other useful information overlays.

Click to take a look at this plot below, showing the APOE region for an Alzheimer’s Disease GWAS:

It’s a simple

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