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I was a little bit confused, so I looked into an example study using GWAS: in this case the model can be written as condition ~ SNPs, which is what I would expect (knowing nothing about GWAS but something … Moreover, regarding the GWAS model described above, I read that usually researchers fit a model for each SNP: what's wrong with fitting a model which consists of several independent variables (i.e., y …
asked Mar 26 '20 by wrong_path