but this review is perhaps the best recent example I've seen on the topic of false discovery rates in proteomics.
I'm permanently linking this over there ---> somewhere in the (probably needs updated anyway) section for people new to proteomics ideas.
Next time you're having the FDR conversation with a customer or collaborator -- oh, you have one today? me too! -- maybe think about starting with this amazingly insightful and well-written tutorial.
Definitely on this topic -- this xkcd I'd never seen till today. Shoutout to Ben Neely for the link!
Somewhat related and something that will go in that section over there --> as well -- if you do the Twitter thing -- @BioTweeps posted a really concise and well-written overview of Mass Spectrometry that surprisingly well within the Twitter character limits. You can find it here.