Top Publications - Physics and Mathematics, tool from Google Scholar.
Since SciENcv can be used for NSF Biographical sketches and other federal agencies (NASA and AHRQ so far) are planning to use PubMed Central for public access to publications, I thought this might be relevant to some people in the math department: Next Thursday, March 5th, noon-1, NCBI will host a webinar outlining how to use My NCBI to report public access policy compliance for NIH grant holders. Topics will include the NIH Public Access Policy, NIHMS and PubMed Central submissions, creating My NCBI accounts, use of My Bibliography to report compliance to eRA Commons and using SciENcv to create BioSketches. Preregistration required.
Statistics for Biologists, pulls together articles from Nature journals which highlight important statistical issues that biologists should be aware of and provide practical advice to help them improve the rigor of their work. More information: Statistics for biologists – A free Nature Collection
Your might find some of this useful: Reproducibility in Science: A Guide to enhancing reproducibility in scientific results and writing. It has sections on tools, how to share data with a statistician, data storage and more. This manual is being written collaboratively on Github.
Speaking of reproducibility, you may find this editorial about sharing code interesting: Ctrl alt share. Scientific Data 2, Article number: 150004 (2015) doi:10.1038/sdata.2015.4