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CORRECTION

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The Toolbox article ‘The future of scientific figures’ (Nature 554, 133–135; 2018) implied that Benjamin Delory developed the persistence barcode method. In fact, he and his colleagues developed an analysis pipeline that relied on and adapted an existing method.

The Technology Feature ‘Deep learning for biology’ (Nature 554, 555–557; 2018) erroneously affiliated Mark DePristo at Verily Life Sciences. He is, in fact, at Google. Also, the DeepVariant tool was developed jointly by Verily and Google.

Nature 555, 547 (2018)

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