It seems Nature likes very much our “Ten Simple Rules for Better Figures” article:

  • How to draw perfect figures

    Jumbled charts and misleading graphs — illustrations in a paper can go wrong in many ways. Now, a treatise that attempts to rescue science from bad figures has been getting rave reviews on social media (N. P. Rougier et al. PLoS Comput. Biol. 10, e1003833;; 2014).

  • How to dodge the pitfalls of bad illustrations

    Jumbled charts, misleading graphs, axes to nowhere — illustrations in a paper can go wrong in many ways. Now, a treatise that attempts to rescue science from bad figures has been getting rave reviews on social media. Researchers have also been discussing a classic paper extolling the virtues of scientific stupidity.

References

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    N. P. Rougier, M. Droettboom, and P. E. Bourne, “Ten Simple Rules for Better Figures,” PLoS Computational Biology, vol. 10, no. 9, 2014.