PLoS posts rules of open-source development; NIH ups informatics game;

> Personal genetics outfit 23andMe has released a visualization tool for its customers to view their ancestral roots. Release

> PLoS Computational Biology has published 10 "rules" for open development of scientific software. Item

> The NIH is expected to spend on average $125 million annually on an effort to raise its informatics game. Article (sub. req.)

> Forbes provides commentary on how pharma R&D gets more expensive as computing becomes cheaper, what's been dubbed Eroom's Law, the opposite of Moore's Law. Article

> The U.K.'s National Health Service is developing an online directory of health apps. Story

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