Trait Name 123
Data release 20170531
CeNDR version 1.2.8
cegwas version v1.01 @2c21292 [2018-02-22]
Report version v2
Strains for trait "123" 240
Traits 1
Status complete
Submitted 2018-05-10   02:05:28 UTC
Started 2018-05-10   02:05:33 UTC
Completed 2018-05-10   03:05:07 UTC
Duration 30m 33s
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Hover over a line in the rug plot to see the strain and phenotype value for that strain.

Unfortunately your phenotype was not significantly associated with genetic variation present in the C. elegans population. This could be due to noisy trait data - have you performed heritability analysis for your phenotype using our heritability strain panel? If you have and the heritability was found to be high for this trait, the trait might not have reached statistical significance because it is highly complex and more strains need to be phenotyped.

If you have phenotyped the entire collection of strains, you can wait for more isolates to be added to the collection or generate an F2 recombinant inbred line (RIL) panel generated between strains with high and low phenotypes.


Manhattan Plot

A genome-wide representation of the association between variation in the C. elegans population and your phenotype. The x-axis corresponds to genomic position with chromosome number indicated as a roman numeral above each box. Dots represent single-nucleotide variants (SNV) present in the C. elegans population. The y-axis corresponds to the level of significance for the association test. The red line corresponds to the Bonferroni-corrected significance threshold, which is defined as .