Zach Foster won the t-shirt design competition conducted over twitter by PLoS Computational Biology with his differential heat-tree design. Heat-trees show differential abundance of OTUs across two pairwise comparisons in a hierarchical, tree-based format. The heat-tree concept was first introduced in our paper on the R package metacoder paper and the winning design for the t-shirt is inspired by figure 5.
This t-shirt was given away at the ISMB 2018 conference in Chicago.
We are now all proudly wearing his design:
Proudly wearing #heat-tree T-shirts compliments of @PLOSCompBiol https://t.co/ujd7GsTwv3 for work by @zacharyfoster19 https://t.co/gchNjh2LWl? Published in #metacoder paper at id=10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005404 pic.twitter.com/Vieey8x7hy— Niklaus Grunwald (@PhytophthoraLab) October 22, 2018