BashTheBug featured by GenomeWeb

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BashTheBug, and its parent project, CRyPTIC, have been featured in an article by GenomeWeb. This puts both projects into the wider scientific context. Note of caution – reading the content on GenomeWeb is not free, however, if you are associated with a University you may automatically have premium access.

The contributions to BashTheBug are following the Pareto Principle

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Last week’s post showed how a relatively few number of volunteers do a huge number of classifications. By today, the top 0.3% of citizen scientists (the top ten) have done 31,528 classifications between them, which is a staggering 19% of all classifications. To my surprise, BashTheBug is exactly following the Pareto Principle which says that roughly 80% of events come […]