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LIMSjournal - Spring 2017
Volume 3, Issue 1
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LIMSjournal - Spring 2017: Volume 3, Issue 1

This collection of 12 open-access journal articles loaded to LIMSwiki in January–March 2017 is compiled as a convenient, easy-to-access compilation. It is organized alphabetically by topic and then by author, with the author and publication year appearing at the end for your convenience.

1. Big data, informatics, and research
Ten simple rules to enable multi-site collaborations through data sharing (Boland et al. 2017)
A metadata-driven approach to data repository design (Harvey et al. 2017)
Data and metadata brokering – Theory and practice from the BCube Project (Khalsa 2017)
Ten simple rules for cultivating open science and collaborative R&D (Masum et al. 2013)
2. Bioinformatics
PCM-SABRE: A platform for benchmarking and comparing outcome prediction methods in precision cancer medicine (Eyal-Altman et al. 2017)
SCIFIO: An extensible framework to support scientific image formats (Hiner et al. 2017)
Ten simple rules for developing usable software in computational biology (List et al. 2017)
DGW: An exploratory data analysis tool for clustering and visualisation of epigenomic marks (Lukauskas et al. 2016)
Use of application containers and workflows for genomic data analysis (Schulz et al. 2016)
3. Health, public health, and clinical informatics
Informatics metrics and measures for a smart public health systems approach: Information science perspective (Carney and Shea 2017)
Deployment of analytics into the healthcare safety net: Lessons learned (Hartzband and Jacobs 2016)
The effect of the General Data Protection Regulation on medical research (Rumbold and Pierscionek 2017)