And then perform the REML analysis on those 88 GRMs? Just wondering if that's a valid approach or if there's some way to deal with out-of-memory issues with large GWAS/imputed data?
Another question is how do you submit gcta64 properly on PBS with qsub to parallelize? In the PBS script I specify "#PBS -l nodes=1:ppn=10" and for the gcta command I'm putting --thread-num 10; however, according to htop it looks like it's only using one thread?
Last Edit: Jan 25, 2019 21:46:07 GMT by moldach: clarified question with PBS commands
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