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Genome wide association studies (GWAS) are hypothesis-free methods for identifying associations between genetic regions and traits. GWAS analysis are usually used to identify genes involved in human disease.

By applying GWAS analysis to variant data we will be able to identify a given variant (or a set of variants) involved in a given phenotype or disorder. Based on a statistical test, GWAS analysis will provide a level of significance (or p-value) for each variant.

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