The new LocusZoom.org allows you to generate interactive, shareable plots of GWAS summary statistics. Building on years of experience from the developers of LocusZoom, this adds new features such as Manhattan plots, annotation options, and calculations that put findings in context. The default annotations support human datasets in builds GRCh37 or GRCh38. More annotation features are planned soon; subscribe to our mailing list to receive announcements.
When uploading, you can choose whether to make your dataset either public (viewable by anyone) or private (viewable only to yourself). If you make your dataset public, other people will be able to download the standardized summary statistic files that we generate during the upload process. For all datasets, interactive plotting features require that we keep a copy of the data on our servers. We make every effort to keep this secure, but if privacy is a driving issue, consider using the LocalZoom tool to generate region plots client-side instead. LocalZoom does not provide any enhanced annotation features, but it works without uploading your data.
You can delete your results from our servers at any time. The "delete this study" button may be found by clicking the "edit" link at the top of the summary page (only visible on studies that you uploaded).
LocusZoom.js is dynamic and interactive: you can plot regions up to 500 kb wide at one time, but you can explore as many regions as you wish from a single upload. The server accepts uploads of up to 1 GB (this may change in the future). A manhattan plot and list of suggested regions will also be generated for you.
Note that the size limit is the same whether you compress your file or not. You will see faster uploads- and more data- if you compress your files with gzip/bgzip before uploading!