garfield is an R tool that uses genome-wide association study (GWAS) data together with annotations to find appropriate phenotypes. The garfield algorithm uses greedy pruning of GWAS data and assigns annotations based on overlaps of functional information. It also computes Fold Enrichment and uses permutations testing to evaluate them and computes major allele frequency (MAF), LD proxies, and distances to the nearest TSS.
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