The following articles were published in Nature Methods in 2015 in anti-chronological order. Application notes, brief communications, and alike are mostly excluded.

  1. Walzthoeni, Thomas, et al. “xTract: software for characterizing conformational changes of protein complexes by quantitative cross-linking mass spectrometry.” Nature methods 12.12 (2015): 1185-1190.
  2. Rubin-Delanchy, Patrick, et al. “Bayesian cluster identification in single-molecule localization microscopy data.” Nature methods (2015).
  3. Levet, Florian, et al. “SR-Tesseler: a method to segment and quantify localization-based super-resolution microscopy data.” Nature methods 12.11 (2015): 1065-1071.
  4. Schmid-Burgk, Jonathan L., and Veit Hornung. “BrowserGenome. org: web-based RNA-seq data analysis and visualization.” Nature methods 12.11 (2015): 1001-1001.
  5. Zhou, Wanding, et al. “TransVar: a multilevel variant annotator for precision genomics.” Nature methods 12.11 (2015): 1002-1003.
  6. Wiwie, Christian, Jan Baumbach, and Richard Röttger. “Comparing the performance of biomedical clustering methods.” Nature methods 12.11 (2015): 1033-1038.
  7. Noble, William Stafford. “Mass spectrometrists should search only for peptides they care about.”Nature Methods 12.7 (2015): 605-608.
  8. Ewing, Adam D., et al. “Combining tumor genome simulation with crowdsourcing to benchmark somatic single-nucleotide-variant detection.”Nature methods (2015).
  9. Potrzebowski, Wojciech, and Ingemar André. “Automated determination of fibrillar structures by simultaneous model building and fiber diffraction refinement.” Nature methods (2015).
  10. Zhang, Qing, and Xinshu Xiao. “Genome sequence-independent identification of RNA editing sites.” Nature methods 12.4 (2015): 347-350.
  11. Jain, Miten, et al. “Improved data analysis for the MinION nanopore sequencer.” Nature methods(2015).
  12. Kim, Daehwan, Ben Langmead, and Steven L. Salzberg. “HISAT: a fast spliced aligner with low memory requirements.” Nature methods 12.4 (2015): 357-360.
  13. Viner, Coby, and Michael M. Hoffman. “Determining the epigenome using DNA alone.”Nature methods 12.3 (2015): 191-192.
    A computational method predicts epigenomic marks and DNA methylation patterns from DNA sequence.
  14. Zhu, Qian, et al. “Targeted exploration and analysis of large cross-platform human transcriptomic compendia.” Nature methods 12.3 (2015): 211-214. Describes SEEK's, which identifies the datasets in which a list of query genes are coexpressed.
  15. Hart, Yuval, et al. “Inferring biological tasks using Pareto analysis of high-dimensional data.” Nature methods 12.3 (2015): 233-235.
  16. Tsou, Chih-Chiang, et al. “DIA-Umpire: comprehensive computational framework for data-independent acquisition proteomics.” Nature methods 12.3 (2015): 258-264.
  17. Whitaker, John W., Zhao Chen, and Wei Wang. “Predicting the human epigenome from DNA motifs.” Nature methods 12.3 (2015): 265-272.
  18. Huber, Wolfgang, et al. “Orchestrating high-throughput genomic analysis with Bioconductor.”Nature methods 12.2 (2015): 115-121.
  19. Taşan, Murat, et al. “Selecting causal genes from genome-wide association studies via functionally coherent subnetworks.” Nature methods 12.2 (2015): 154-159.
  20. Johnson, Graham T., et al. “cellPACK: a virtual mesoscope to model and visualize structural systems biology.” Nature methods 12.1 (2015): 85-91.