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TA_9ff
Calcite | Level 5
How can I find R^2 in Output when I'm calculating LD?

Can someone help me with the commands?

Thanks!
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TA_9ff
Calcite | Level 5
Linkage Disequilibrium.....

Hope it helps.... Message was edited by: TA-9ff
deleted_user
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what procedure(s) are you using OR post your code?
Dale
Pyrite | Level 9
Add the CORRCOEF option to the PROC ALLELE statement. The statistic produced is R, not R^2. See Example 3.2: Computing Linkage Disequilibrium Measures for SNP Data of the ALLELE procedure documentation.

Dale

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