Follow-up on Mendeley’s Binary Battle

Last week Mendeley announced the winners of their Binary Battle.  The first place goes to openSNP

With openSNP, you can share your personal genome from 23andMe or deCODEme to find the latest relevant research and let scientists discover new genetic associations. Werner Vogels, Amazon CTO and one of our star judges said this, “OpenSNP is cool. I have uploaded my genotype, and it is interesting to see it at work.”

Runner up is PaperCritic.

PaperCritic allows for post-publication peer review in an open environment. Rate papers, write critical reviews or read those from others.

The third place goes to rOpenSci,

which provides R-based tools to facilitate Open Science; including R packages for both Mendeley and PLoS.

I am more than content that my entry, Collabgraph, made it into the top 10. And I am thankful for everybody who voted for me the last month. Taking part in the Binary Battle was a valuable experience. Thank you again, Paddy, for hosting Collabgraph!

 

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