Please select the type of analysis you wish to perform

1. Single-study analysis using genotypes help

  • → Choose one of the options listed below:
Either fill in the number of each category of genotypes:
Cases:   
Controls:

or upload a file and perform a GWAS (example):
(please upload very large files using one of the available formats: zip, rar, bz, gz, tgz)

  • → Select method to perform analysis with:
    min2 max MERT CATT (additive) CATT (dominant) CATT (recessive)


2. Meta-analysis using genotypes help

Upload your file (example):
(please upload very large files using one of the available formats: zip, rar, bz, gz, tgz)

  • → Select method to perform analysis with:
    min2 max MERT CATT (additive) CATT (dominant) CATT (recessive)
  • → Select type of effect: random fixed


3. Single-study min2 analysis using p-values help

Either fill in the p-values:

or upload a file and perform a GWAS (example):
(please upload very large files using one of the available formats: zip, rar, bz, gz, tgz)


4. min2 meta-analysis using p-values help

Upload your file (example):
(please upload very large files using one of the available formats: zip, rar, bz, gz, tgz)

  • → Select type of effect: random fixed

5. (optional) Enter your email address to get notification of results:


Disclaimer: For privacy reasons, all user-submitted or uploaded data are deleted immediately after processing.
The results of the analyses remain on the server for 1 day and then deleted as well.


If you find GWAR useful in your research, please consider citing the reference that describes this work:

GWAR: Tools for Robust Analysis and Meta-Analysis of Genome-Wide Association Studies
Niki L. Dimou, Konstantinos D. Tsirigos, Arne Elofsson and Pantelis G. Bagos
Bioinformatics, 2017 / PMID: 28108451