Visualize associations for any gene-variant pairs in all or a selection of tissues.
- All results, including non-significant ones, are visualized in a grid of violin plots grouped
horizontally by the gene-variant pairs and aligned vertically by tissues.
- Each violin plot shows three expression distributions of the genotypes: homozygous reference,
heterozygous, and homozygous alternative alleles.
- When an eQTL is significant (i.e. smaller than or equal to the gene-specific p-value threshold), its
p-value is highlighted in red.
- Note that the set of genotyped SNPs can differ among datasets, so the absence of significant
associations in some tissues is not necessarily biologically meaningful. It can also reflect
differences in statistical power due to differing sample sizes.