GCTA

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GCTA (Genome-wide Complex Trait Analysis) is designed to estimate the proportion of phenotypic variance explained by genome- or chromosome-wide SNPs for complex traits. GCTA was developed by Jian Yang, Hong Lee, Mike Goddard and Peter Visscher and is maintained in Peter Visscher's lab at the Queensland Institute of Medical Research . GCTA currently supports the following functionalities:

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Kalkyl UPPMAX cluster resource of about 21 TFLOPS

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Field AE FTE General activities
Henric Zazzi (PDC) PDC Bioinformatics 100100 Bioinformatics Application support
Joel Hedlund (NSC) NSC Bioinformatics 00
Martin Dahlö (UPPMAX) UPPMAX Bioinformatics 1010 Bioinformatic support

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