Data Science

Early-career setback - A throwback to my first paper

This 15th August marked 7 years since I submitted my first paper (first-authored research article). Coincidentally, it also completed five calendar years last December, which gave me a chance to measure it’s 5-year impact (erring on the conservative side of course). I am very happy to see that it has been well-received as shown in the figure above (the R code to generate the plot is publicly available). To interpret it more accurately in plain English, it has performed significantly better than an average paper in the same journal or same discipline (Statistics).

Predicting the diverse metabolic activities of the microbiome

This is a repost backdated to match the original post that appeared in Nature Research Microbiology Community in July 2019. It represents the backstory behind the following publication: I hope you enjoy the read. Comments and feedback are always welcome :)

And they lived happily ever after - a microbial fairy tale of DNA and RNA

This is a repost backdated to match the original post that appeared in Nature Research Microbiology Community in January 2018. In case you are wondering, this post is a prelude to the following publication: I hope you enjoy reading my first ever technical blog post as much as I enjoyed writing it :)