Data of GWAS associated SNPs in regulatory regions
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
Data file 1: DNase I hotspot samples included in FORGE analysis.
A list of DNase I hotspot samples included in FORGE analysis is shown.The table lists details of the 125 ENCODE and 299 Roadmap Epigenome samples. The fields are File: file name; Lab: data-generating lab. One of UW (University of Washington, John Stamatoyannopoulos lab), Duke:UNC:UTA (Duke University, Greg Crawford lab) or combined representing a merged dataset from both labs; Experiment type: always DNase-seq in the current implementation; Project: Either ENCODE or Roadmap; Cell: cell type; Tissue: tissue name derived as described above; Data type: always hotspots in the current implementation; Short name: a short sample used for plotting; Individual: either the code for the individual sample as described in Biosamples or NA if not available; GEO accession: the GEO accession where found, or “Not found” if it could not be deconvoluted.
Data file 2: List of phenotypes analysed.
The list of phenotypes analysed, with non-redundant SNP counts and Pubmed identifiers for the studies involved is shown. This table is also available in the data directory of the GitHub release,https://github.com/iandunham/Forge.