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What is the difference between naive and adjusted p-values in a GWAS study?
What is the difference between a naive p-value and an adjusted p-value in the results of a GWAS study? See from this paper: After Bonferroni adjustment, a single gene, DCTN4 (encoding dynactin 4) ...
Jul 31 '12 at 14:34
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