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GWAS, MWAS, EWAS: what are the (in)dependent variables?

To answer the first part of your question, the dependent and independent variable of X-WAS is kind of arbitrary and dependent on the question you asked. But it gradually becomes a convention in the ...
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What is the pvalue from anova(glm1, glm2, test = “Chisq”) telling me in R when the glms have a negative binomial distribution?

When you fit a model, you need to check whether it's overly determined, meaning some terms cannot be determined. We can look at one of your samples, for example only for RB5 and ...
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Regression plot of a continuous trait - is there a binary equivalent?

I have not really seen this type of plot used when a binary outcome is being analyzed. I think in part this is due to the fact that the plot will be rather boring and difficult to interpret as there ...
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