The most viewed preprints on Haldane’s Sieve in June 2015 were:
- The next 20 years of genome research. Schatz discusses his vision for the future of genomics.
- Approximately independent linkage disequilibrium blocks in human populations. Berisa and Pickrell describe an approach for identifying approximately uncorrelated blocks of genetic variants for use in association studies.
- Excess False Positive Rates in Methods for Differential Gene Expression Analysis using RNA-Seq Data. Rocke et al. benchmark the performance of methods for detecting differential expression using RNA-seq data.
- Chromosomal rearrangements as barriers to genetic homogenization between archaic and modern humans. Rogers identifies changes in genome structure during recent human evolution.
- Exact simulation of the Wright-Fisher diffusion. Jenkins and Spano present a new approach to simulation from a Wright-Fisher model.