The h-index

The h-index was conceived back in 2005 as a measure of a researcher's scientific output. My impression is that it is quite widely used now. Basically, you have a h-index of 1 if 1 of your published papers has at least 1 citation, a h-index of 5 if 5 of your published papers have at...

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The repetitive landscape of the human and mouse genome

Updated on the 31st May 2013 and updated again on the 25th March 2015 in light of Chris's comment. RepeatMasker is a program that screens DNA sequences for interspersed repeats and low complexity DNA sequences. Results of RepeatMasker performed on the human and mouse genomes are provided via the UCSC Table Browser tool. In the...

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