Thought this paper and site seemed a pretty relevant thing to post here:
It’s from the same authors who made FUMA – the tool for GWAS annotation.
Around 18 months ago we began developing a platform to provide a collaborative environment for running GWAS using the UKBiobank data. To date we have completed 20,000 GWAS on automated phenotypes and 400 GWAS on curated phenotypes. These are being made available via the MR-Base platform with regular updates and an anticipated full release date of December 2018. (more…)