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=== Uploading Your Association Study Results ===
 
 
'''The instructions below refer to a "legacy" service that is not actively maintained. For modern datasets, consider using our new [https://my.locuszoom.org my.locuszoom.org] service for the latest features, including manhattan plots and support for build GRCh38.'''
 
'''Please note: You CAN plot SNPs without rsid using chr6:20122013 format.'''
Association results can be uploaded to our web server using the [http://csg.sph.umichlocuszoom.edu/locuszoomorg/ plot your data webpage]. Result files are limited to 20Mb in size, which allows for a [[gzip|gzipped]] text table including key columns (marker name, p-value and sample size) for up to ~3 million SNPs. In our tests, a typical GWAS results file is ~17 Mb in size after imputation of HapMap SNPs. Once a file is uploaded, LocusZoom will remember the file for the duration of your web session allowing you to generate multiple plots. If you have a slow connection or would like to save time, you can upload results for a region or chromosome of interest only. Your results are entirely confidential and won't be viewed by us or anyone else (except those with whom you share them!)
To specify the region to be plotted, you will have to specify the name of a key marker in the region (typically, as an rs-number, but can be in chr:pos format), name a gene of interest or provide appropriate genome coordinates. When displaying linkage disequilibrium, plotting will be very fast for small windows when HapMap CEU linkage disequilibrium is requested (because pairwise coefficients have been precomputed) and will be a bit slower for larger windows (because linkage disequilibrium coefficients must be computed on the fly).
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