Category Archives: PLOS Computational Biology

The ethics of big data: Focus Feature

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Media response: forecasting diseases using Wikipedia

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Predicting diseases with Wikipedia, how the brain modifies memories, and hypersynchrony: the PLOS Comp Biol November Issue

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Measuring the success of an online bioinformatics resource

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Monitoring progress in translational bioinformatics

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Protein structure prediction, pleiotropic patterns, and more: the PLOS Comp Biol October Issue

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Pupil size and decision making, timing evolutionary innovation and understanding ATP allosteric functions: the PLOS Comp Biol September issue

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CHARMMing molecular simulations, midge swarms, and swimming C. elegans: the PLOS Computational Biology July 2014 Issue

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Introducing a New Look for the Journal Homepages

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Lessons from the fruit fly, spatial transmission of influenza and the mechanism of tissue-specific hereditary diseases: The PLOS Comp Biol June issue

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