The Nature Methods April issue is online

Check out the exciting content in our April issue.
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The Nature Methods April issue is online
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The beautiful cover of our April issue (see above) highlights a marriage between plants and metabolomics, and it draws attention to a computational tool for the structural characterization of plant metabolites. You can find details here.

April 25th is World Malaria Day. Our Editorial discusses how malaria research has benefited from methods advances and resource developments, and that further improvements are needed.

The Points of Significance column discusses how to deal with outliers in regression analyses.

For our imaging-minded readership, we present Correspondences describing a fluorescent protein database and an easy-to-use tool for making movies out of microscopy data.

We hope that you are as excited as we are about these and our other pieces in the April issue!


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