Am really liking the Google Scholar Updates system. Have written about it before: The Tree of Life: Wow - Google Scholar "Updates" a big step forward ... and continue to be impressed. Today the system suggested two papers for me
Dead on accurate in terms of papers I would be interest in. #1 is on Drosophila associated microbes and it is a paper from Dmitri Petrov's group: Bacterial diversity associated with Drosophila in the laboratory and in the natural environment. #2 is on computational normalization of shotgun genome sequence data from Titus Brown and others. As these are both preprints I almost certainly never would have found them without Google Scholar Updates.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Thank you Google Scholar Updates for finding me two new papers to read
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