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@ Piffer.

Your latest polygenic results, are they corrected for derived alleles?

https://figshare.com/articles/Polygenic_.../3175522/1
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(2016-Apr-14, 12:43:38)Zoidberg Wrote: @ Piffer.

Your latest polygenic results, are they corrected for derived alleles?

https://figshare.com/articles/Polygenic_.../3175522/1


No but I am working on it. Will upload new version soon!
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#13
This is the derived vs ancestral corrected polygenic score. I will upload the details to the Figshare manuscript and also add corrected factor scores (which seem more reliable than polygenic scores). Bear in mind that these are only educational attainment genes, I didn't include IQ genes to make the analysis more uniform.


CorrectedPS
Afr.Car.Barbados 0.4336111111
US Blacks 0.4531111111
Bengali Bangladesh 0.5047222222
Chinese Dai 0.6006666667
Utah Whites 0.4782222222
Chinese, Bejing 0.6563333333
Chinese, South 0.6336111111
Colombian 0.4766944444
Esan, Nigeria 0.4369166667
Finland 0.5366111111
British, GB 0.509
Gujarati Indian, Tx 0.4974444444
Gambian 0.44775
Iberian, Spain 0.4944444444
Indian Telegu, UK 0.4988611111
Japan 0.6424722222
Vietnam 0.61475
Luhya, Kenya 0.4418888889
Mende, Sierra Leone 0.4315277778
Mexican in L.A. 0.4805277778
Peruvian, Lima 0.4569722222
Punjabi, Pakistan 0.5128055556
Puerto Rican 0.4715833333
Sri Lankan, UK 0.4925555556
Toscani, Italy 0.48425
Yoruba, Nigeria 0.4439166667
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#14
Ok, please do upload it here too.

Edit: Woops I posted that without seeing your edit.
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#15
Thanks.
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#16
Those corrected poly scores are the 942 or just the 14?
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#17
(2016-Apr-14, 13:50:56)Zoidberg Wrote: Those corrected poly scores are the 942 or just the 14?


16 independent hits. 13 from Davies and 3 from Rietveld et al (2013). One hit was common to the two GWAS so it was not repeated, hence 13 instead of 14 for Davies. No point in using all the 942 hits really, it actually gives a biased estimate because the sites with more SNPs are given more weight, even though they represent only one signal. What's remarkable is that the corrected polygenic score is identical to the factor score obtained via factor analysis. It's as if factor analysis were clever enough to correct for it.
Please download latest version you'll find explanations: https://figshare.com/articles/Polygenic_.../3175522/4
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#18
Wow some of the Sub Saharan African ethnic group polygenic scores are very high in that Alfred sample for Davies 2016. Plenty of them above Europeans.

Am I reading that right?
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#19
(2016-Apr-14, 14:36:45)Zoidberg Wrote: Wow some of the Sub Saharan African ethnic group polygenic scores are very high in that Alfred sample for Davies 2016. Plenty of them above Europeans.

Am I reading that right?


Yep, you are not reading it right. Just look at total PS or even better, factor (last column). The single PS from Davies and Rietveld have too few SNPs. The total PS has all the SNPs. Even better, look at the factor scores:

Bantu speakers -1.842
Bantu speakers -1.907
Biaka -1.402
Mandenka -1.249
Mbuti -1.637
Mozabite -0.469
San -1.886
Yoruba -1.405
Balochi -0.541
Balochi 0.144
Bedouin -0.634
Brahui -0.448
Burusho -0.266
Druze -0.394
Hazara 0.578
Kalash -0.121
Mongolian 1.068
Oroqen 0.789
Palestinian -0.418
Pashtun -0.611
Sindhi -0.533
Cambodians, Khmer 0.116
Dai 1.276
Daur 1.277
Han 1.171
Hezhe 1.262
Japanese 1.036
Koreans 1.102
Lahu 0.862
Miao 1.368
Naxi 0.102
She 1.199
Tu 1.078
Tujia 1.359
Uyghur 0.455
Xibe 1.531
Yi 0.980
Adygei -0.096
Basque -0.270
French -0.093
Italians 0.244
Italians -0.307
Orcadian 0.598
Russians -0.360
Sardinian -0.459
Maya, Yucatan -0.567
Pima, Mexico -0.406
Melanesian, Nasioi 0.027
Papuan New Guinean -0.509
Yakut 0.700
Amerindians -0.909
Karitiana -0.086
Surui -0.496
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#20
(2016-Apr-14, 16:00:43)Duxide Wrote: Yep, you are not reading it right. Just look at total PS or even better, factor (last column). The single PS from Davies and Rietveld have too few SNPs. The total PS has all the SNPs. Even better, look at the factor scores:


I stated I was talking about the Davies 2016 only alleles. Also some of the Sub Saharan Africans still have higher ps scores even after combination in the total and most of them close the gap substantially from Rietveld 2013.

I'm not blind.
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