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The "Ten Simple Rules" provide a quick, concentrated guide for mastering some of the professional challenges research scientists face in their careers.

The articles published in PLOS Computational Biology so far are:

Ten Simple Rules for Writing a Literature Review
Ten Simple Rules for the Open Development of Scientific Software
Ten Simple Rules to Protect Your Intellectual Property
Ten Simple Rules To Commercialize Scientific Research
Ten Simple Rules for Online Learning
Ten Simple Rules for Starting a Company
Ten Simple Rules for Getting Involved in Your Scientific Community
Ten Simple Rules for Teaching Bioinformatics at the High School Level
Ten Simple Rules for Developing a Short Bioinformatics Training Course
Ten Simple Rules for Getting Help from Online Scientific Communities
Ten Simple Rules for Building and Maintaining a Scientific Reputation
Ten Simple Rules for Providing a Scientific Web Resource
Ten Simple Rules for Getting Ahead as a Computational Biologist in Academia
Ten Simple Rules for Editing Wikipedia
Ten Simple Rules for Organizing a Virtual Conference-Anywhere
Ten Simple Rules for Chairing a Scientific Session
Ten Simple Rules for Choosing between Industry and Academia
Ten Simple Rules To Combine Teaching and Research
Ten Simple Rules for Organizing a Scientific Meeting
Ten Simple Rules for Aspiring Scientists in a Low-Income Country
Ten Simple Rules for Graduate Students
Ten Simple Rules for Doing Your Best Research, According to Hamming
Ten Simple Rules for a Good Poster Presentation
Ten Simple Rules for Making Good Oral Presentations
Ten Simple Rules for a Successful Collaboration
Ten Simple Rules for Selecting a Postdoctoral Position
Ten Simple Rules for Reviewers
Ten Simple Rules for Getting Grants
Ten Simple Rules for Getting Published

Kindly click on the link below to view the articles.

http://www.ploscollections.org/article/browse/issue/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fissue.pcol.v03.i01