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    Etc.: Top bioinformatics GitHub repos, measured by # papers that mention them
    Submitted by Field Cady; posted on Friday, January 11, 2019

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    There was a recent blog post from Semantic Scholar - a competitor to Google Scholar - where they found the most-mentioned GitHub repos in the biomedical literature. They extracted the URLs for the repos from the body text of the papers. The blog post is at blog.semanticscholar.org/top-[...]1930a

    Full disclosure: I work on the Semantic Scholar project and was the one who wrote the blog post. It's pretty cool because we looked at the top repos mentioned by any biomedical paper in our corpus, but it turned out that almost everything was bioinformatics rather than other areas of biology.

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