This example shows an approach to showing a common region covering multiple studies/phenotypes by rendered each phenotype as a different data layer in the same panel.
The top panel shows results in the region from four different studies, each rendered with a different color. LD information is not shown. Being a region view interactivity is enabled, so panning and zooming is possible. As the plot is navigated around the genome all layers will stay aligned and move in unison.
This example also features the Data Layers menu on the association panel. This menu is useful when working with multiple layers that may run together. Each layer can be faded (made mostly transparent), hidden, or removed altogether. Layers can also be sorted relative to one another in terms of z-index (depth).