Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Popular highlights of 2013

Computational Chemistry Highlights received 28,762 pageviews in 2013.

A total of 48 highlights were published in 2013 and the five most viewed highlights are

1. Are Protein Force Fields Getting Better? A Systematic Benchmark on 524 Diverse NMR Measurements highlighted by Ric Baron in March

2. Will molecular dynamics simulations of proteins ever reach equilibrium? highlighted by Gerald Monard in July

3. highlighted by Jan Jensen in June

4. A geometrical correction for the inter- and intra-molecular basis set superposition error in Hartree-Fock and density functional theory calculations for large systems highlighted by Steven Bachrach in January

5. Intrinsic Atomic Orbitals: An Unbiased Bridge between Quantum Theory and Chemical Concepts highlighted by Grant Hill in October

However, the most viewed post in 2013 was Chemical Networks (Triple header!) highlighted by Rob Paton in July 2012.

The most popular entries within the last 30 days can as always be found on the right hand side of this page.

The are many ways to stay updated on the latest CCH highlights and CCH currently has 119 subscribers on Feedly, 130 twitter followers, 476 Google+ followers, 43 Facebook followers, and 90 followers on Linkedin.

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