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The Rise of Epigenomics

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Year Google Scholar hits
2000 64
2005 271
2010 1670
2011 2210
2012 3200
2013 4020
2014 4380
2015 4820
 
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  1. Is this a graph of cumulative hits or hits only in the year on the X-axis? It seems too smooth to be the latter. But if it’s the former, it’s not really a graph of the right thing.

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    it's because i didn't start sampling every year until after 2010. added the data.
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  2. @sflicht
    Is this a graph of cumulative hits or hits only in the year on the X-axis? It seems too smooth to be the latter. But if it's the former, it's not really a graph of the right thing.

    latter

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  3. @sflicht
    Is this a graph of cumulative hits or hits only in the year on the X-axis? It seems too smooth to be the latter. But if it's the former, it's not really a graph of the right thing.

    it’s because i didn’t start sampling every year until after 2010. added the data.

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  4. 2008 was the first methylome(s) from whole-genome bisulfite sequencing. Two different papers, Lister et al in Cell and Cokus et al in Nature. Both were done using Arabidopsis, Lister from the Ecker lab and Cokus from the Jacobsen lab. In 2009 Lister repeats this work in Humans, publication in Nature. Those three papers…even though irritatingly the Lister et al 2009 Nature is the one gets cited (are human biologists incapable of reading plant papers?)…I think sparked the extreme jump that you see by 2010 and after. Interestingly…first RNA-seq…well first on Illumina (if you ignore an older one done on 454) was published also in the Lister et al 2008 Cell paper. Although everyone cites the Mortazavi et al 2008 Nat. Methods paper. Lister’s RNA-seq was also stranded, whereas Mortazavi’s was not…

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