General Information of GWAS
Summary Statistics

General GWAS Summary
Project: Massive haplotypes underlie ecotypic differentiation in sunflowers (Todesco et al., 2020): H. petiolaris petiolaris Experiment Type Genome-wide Association Study
Date Started:Aug. 8, 2019, 8:16 p.m.Date Finished:Aug. 8, 2019, 8:23 p.m.

Selected Species and Dataset
Selected Species: Helianthus petiolaris subsp. petiolaris
Selected Dataset: Helianthus petiolaris subsp. petiolaris. SNPs remapped to HA412-HOv2
Selected Gene Annotation Set: HA412-HOv2 Eugene v1

Selected SNPs, Encodings and Filters
Selected SNPs: All SNPs selected MAF Filter:0.05
SNP encoding: Additive Selected Principle Components:3

Selected Phenotype
Phenotype Name: Leaf shape index external II Selected Transformation:None
Selected Algorithm: EMMAX Histogram:
Algorithm Details
Number of SNPs before Filtering: 4640229 Number of SNPs after Filtering:1463851
Number of Samples before Filtering: 161 Number of Samples after Filtering: 161
AIC Null-Model: 275.34 AICc Null-Model:275.73
BIC Null-Model: 290.75
Variance Explained by the Null Model: 0.20


authorstitlepub yearjournalvolumepagesdoi
Hyun Kang et al.Variance component model to account for sample structure in genome-wide association studies2010Nature Genetics42348-35410.1038/ng.548
Marco Todesco et al.Massive haplotypes underlie ecotypic differentiation in sunflowers2020NatureNAN-A10.1038/s41586-020-2467-6