Faster access to tools from the CVDKP home page

We've rearranged some of the links on the Cardiovascular Disease Knowledge Portal home page, as a first step towards offering a central location for analysis tools. The previous link to the Variant Finder tool has been replaced by a link to the new Analysis modules page:


The new page, shown below, offers access to two analysis tools.



  • The Interactive Manhattan plot allows you to choose a phenotype and view variant associations across the genome for that phenotype.  We've added phenotype selection options to both the Analysis modules page and the Manhattan plot page, making it easier to switch your view between phenotypes.  The default view on the Manhattan plot page shows the largest dataset for a phenotype, but when multiple datasets exist, you can select any one to display. For many datasets, LD clumping is available at several r2 thresholds. Clumping reduces redundancy due to association signals from linked variants, pinpointing the most strongly associated variant in a group.
  • The Variant Finder is a versatile tool that allows you to set multiple criteria (phenotype, p-value, size and direction of effect, and more) and retrieve the set of variants meeting those criteria.
The new Analysis Modules page will be the central access point for new analysis tools as they are developed, so check back often for updates!

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