Phenotero has been cited twice now. Especially the paper by Zafer Yüksel is worth mentioning. Not only did they use Phenotero to refer to HPO classes in the publication, but also they write “We also would like to encourage researchers using Phenotero which facilitates standardized phenotypic data collection at the... [Read More]
We were very lucky to find the journal “Clinical Genetics”, which processed our manuscript with highspeed and this time we got fair and unbiased reviews. Hooray. Thanks again to Clinical Genetics and the reviewers. It is available at https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/cge.13471.
Phenotero now also in Google Docs
Thanks to the awesome developers at Zotero, Phenotero is now running in Google Docs as well. In our tests, we basically only had to open Google Docs and already had everything set up. See the post at the URL https://www.zotero.org/blog/google-docs-integration for more information how the integration works. Have fun.
We have uploaded the manuscript to bioRxiv. Please check it out at https://doi.org/10.1101/324053. We are happy about any kind of feedback on the manuscript as well as on the usage of Phenotero.
Project is getting ready to rumble
We have tested Phenotero and shown it to several people. The manuscript is now ready to be submitted. We are really excited.