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366 Papers for 2016 Part 3

Here are the papers I’ve read through in September.

As my qualifying exam is coming up, I’ve chosen these papers to be more focused on computational methods I may run into or I was interested in their experimental design.

  1. Sept 28 Krzywinski, Martin, and Naomi Altman. “Points of significance: Comparing samples–part II.” Nature Methods 11.4 (2014): 355-356.
  2. Sept 25 Krzywinski, Martin, and Naomi Altman. “Points of significance: Comparing samples–part I.” Nature Methods 11.3 (2014): 215-216.
  3. Sept 23 Agoramoorthy, Govindasamy. “Multiple First Authors as Equal Contributors: Is It Ethical?.” Science and Engineering Ethics (2016): 1-3.
  4. Sept 22 Krzywinski, Martin, and Naomi Altman. “Points of significance: visualizing samples with box plots.” Nature methods 11.2 (2014): 119-120.
  5. Sept 21 Krzywinski, Martin, and Naomi Altman. “Points of significance: Power and sample size.” Nature methods 10.12 (2013): 1139-1140.
  6. Sept 20 Krzywinski, Martin, and Naomi Altman. “Points of significance: Significance, P values and t-tests.” Nature methods 10.11 (2013): 1041-1042.
  7. Sept 19 Jordano, Pedro. “Chasing Ecological Interactions.” PLoS Biol 14.9 (2016): e1002559.
  8. Sept 17 Wold, Barbara, and Richard M. Myers. “Sequence census methods for functional genomics.” Nature methods 5.1 (2008): 19-21.
  9. Sept 17 McPherson, John D. “Next-generation gap.” Nature methods 6 (2009): S2-S5.
  10. Sept 17 Ritchie, Matthew E., et al. “limma powers differential expression analyses for RNA-sequencing and microarray studies.” Nucleic acids research (2015): gkv007.
  11. Sept 09 Powell, Kendall. “Presentations: Billboard science.” Nature 483.7387 (2012): 113-115.
  12. Sept 08 Woolston, Chris. “Conference presentations: Lead the poster parade.” Nature 536.7614 (2016): 115-117.
  13. Sept 07 Krzywinski, Martin, and Naomi Altman. [“Points of significance: importance of being uncertain.”][sep07krzywinski] Nature methods 10.9 (2013): 809-810.
  14. Sept 06 Hingle S. “Electronic Health Records: An Unfulfilled Promise and a Call to Action.” Ann Intern Med. [Epub ahead of print 6 September 2016] doi:10.7326/M16-1757
  15. Sept 05 Friedman, Charles, et al. “Toward a science of learning systems: a research agenda for the high-functioning Learning Health System.” Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (2014): amiajnl-2014.
  16. Sept 04 Epel, E. S., et al. “Meditation and vacation effects have an impact on disease-associated molecular phenotypes.” Translational Psychiatry 6.8 (2016): e880.
  17. Sept 02 Reperant, Leslie A., Guus F. Rimmelzwaan, and Albert DME Osterhaus. “Advances in influenza vaccination.” F1000prime reports 6 (2014).