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  1. Mar 2021
    1. The expectation is that IBD = 1 for duplicates or monozygotic twins, IBD = 0.5 for first-degree relatives, IBD = 0.25 for second-degree relatives and IBD = 0.125 for third-degree relatives. Due to genotyping error, LD and population structure there is often some variation around these theoretical values and it is typical to remove one individual from each pair with an IBD > 0.1875, which is halfway between the expected IBD for third- and second-degree relatives. For these same reasons an IBD > 0.98 identifies duplicates.


    2. The method works best when only independent SNPs are included in the analysis. To achieve this, regions of extended linkage disequilibrium (LD) (such as the HLA) are entirely removed from the dataset8 and remaining regions are typically pruned so that no pair of SNPs within a given window (say, 50kb) is correlated (typically taken as r2>0.2)


    1. Our primary aim was to generate a cohort large enough to examine the heritability of prognostic therapy outcomes. However, the meta-analysis estimate of SNP heritability was low and non-significant (h2SNP = 0.09, SE = 0.17). A sample size of 2724 has 80% and 99% power to detect a SNP-heritability of 33% and 50%, respectively94. To achieve 80% power to detect a heritability of 20%, a sample of 4500 individuals will be required. A meta-analysis of 2 799 individuals was sufficient to detect a significant heritability estimate for therapy outcome to antidepressant drugs (h2SNP = 0.42, SE = 0.18) and this was the first evidence of a genetic component for treatments outcome of any kind


    2. The meta-analysis sample (n = 2724) had 80% power to detect variants explaining 1.5% of the variance and 42% power to detect variants explaining 1% of the variance. Therefore, it is not especially surprising that we do not detect any variants at genome-wide significance. Typically, GWAS of psychological traits have required tens of thousands of participants to detect SNPs at genome-wide significance


  2. Mar 2020
    1. which is the basis of our planned second release (PLINK 2.0).

      See the homepage for updates taking it towards PLINO 2.0 alpha https://www.cog-genomics.org/plink/2.0/

      We also have phased and annotated data for use in plink2.0 worked examples in GigaDB http://dx.doi.org/10.5524/100516

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