Using PLINK for Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS) and Data Analysis

Within this chapter we introduce the basic PLINK functions for reading in data, applying quality control, and running association analyses. Three worked examples are provided to illustrate: data management and assessment of population substructure, association analysis of a quantitative trait, and qualitative or case–control association analyses.
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