65 Data-based, synthesis-driven: setting the agenda for computational ecology

Poisot, Labrie, Larson, and Rahlin

2018 DOI
64 Revealing biases in the sampling of ecological interaction networks

Aguiar, Newman, Pires, Yeakel, Hembry, Burkle, Gravel, Guimaraes jr, O'donnell, Poisot, and Fortin

2018 URL
63 Homogenization of species composition and species association networks are decoupled

Li, Poisot, Waller, and Baiser

2018 DOI
62 Interactions retain the co-phylogenetic matching that communities lost

Poisot, and Stouffer

2018 DOI
61 Management, Archiving, and Sharing for Biologists and the Role of Research Institutions in the Technology-Oriented Age

Renaut, Budden, Gravel, Poisot, and Peres-neto

2018 DOI
60 Leveraging pathogen community distributions to understand outbreak and emergence potential

Dallas, Carlson, and Poisot

2018 DOI
59 Analysing ecological networks of species interactions

Delmas, Besson, Brice, Burkle, Dalla riva, Fortin, Gravel, Guimarães, Hembry, Newman, Olesen, Pires, Yeakel, and Poisot

Top pick! 2018 DOI
58 Network structure and local adaptation in coevolving bacteria-phage interactions

Gurney, Aldakak, Betts, Gougat-barbera, Poisot, Kaltz, and Hochberg

2017 DOI
57 Hosts, parasites and their interactions respond to different climatic variables

Poisot, Gueveneux-julien, Fortin, Gravel, and Legendre

Top pick! 2017 DOI
56 Wind drives microbial eukaryote communities in a temperate closed lagoon

Péquin, Mohit, Poisot, Tremblay, and Lovejoy

2017 DOI
55 Linear filtering reveals false negatives in species interaction data

Stock, Poisot, Waegeman, and Baets

2017 DOI
54 Simulations of biomass dynamics in community food webs

Delmas, Brose, Gravel, Stouffer, and Poisot

2017 DOI
53 Ecological interactions and the Netflix problem

Desjardins-proulx, Laigle, Poisot, and Gravel

2017 DOI
52 paco: implementing Procrustean Approach to Cophylogeny in R

Hutchinson, Cagua, Balbuena, Stouffer, and Poisot

2017 DOI
51 Using Peer Review to Support Development of Community Resources for Research Data Management

Soyka, Budden, Hutchison, Bloom, Duckles, Hodge, Mayernik, Poisot, Rauch, Steinhart, Wasser, Whitmire, and Wright

2017 DOI
50 Making Scientific Content More Accessible

Goring, Whitney, Bruna, Jacob, and Poisot

2017 DOI
49 Scientific Theories and Artificial Intelligence

Desjardins-proulx, Poisot, and Gravel

Top pick! 2017 DOI
48 Compositional turnover in host and parasite communities does not change network structure

Dallas, and Poisot

Top pick! 2017 DOI
47 Sustainable computational science: the ReScience initiative

Rougier, Hinsen, Alexandre, Arildsen, Barba, Benureau, Brown, Buyl, Caglayan, Davison, Delsuc, Detorakis, Diem, Drix, Enel, Girard, Guest, Hall, Henriques, Hinaut, Jaron, Khamassi, Klein, Manninen, Marchesi, Mcglinn, Metzner, Petchey, Plesser, Poisot, Ram, Ram, Roesch, Rossant, Rostami, Shifman, Stachelek, Stimberg, Stollmeier, Vaggi, Viejo, Vitay, Vostinar, Yurchak, and Zito

2017 DOI
46 BiMAT: a MATLAB package to facilitate the analysis and visualization of bipartite networks

Flores, Poisot, Valverde, and Weitz

2016 DOI
45 Synthetic datasets and community tools for the rapid testing of ecological hypotheses

Poisot, Gravel, Leroux, Wood, Fortin, Baiser, Cirtwill, Araújo, and Stouffer

2016 DOI
44 How ecological networks evolve

Poisot, and Stouffer

2016 DOI
43 Describe, understand and predict: why do we need networks in ecology?

Poisot, Stouffer, and Kéfi

2016 DOI
42 Bringing Elton and Grinnell together: a quantitative framework to represent the biogeography of ecological interaction networks

Gravel, Baiser, Dune, Kopelke, Martinez, Nyman, Poisot, Stouffer, Tylianakis, Wood, and Roslin

2016 DOI
41 The structure of probabilistic networks

Poisot, Cirtwill, Cazelles, Gravel, Fortin, and Stouffer

2016 DOI
40 Ten Simple Rules for Digital Data Storage

Hart, Barmby, Lebauer, Michonneau, Mount, Mulrooney, Poisot, Woo, Zimmerman, and Hollister

2016 DOI
39 mangal - making ecological network analysis simple

Poisot, Baiser, Dunne, Kéfi, Massol, Mouquet, Romanuk, Stouffer, Wood, and Gravel

2016 DOI
38 Connecting people and ideas from around the world: global innovation platforms for next-generation ecology and beyond

Jørgensen, Barraquand, Bonhomme, Curran, Cieraad, Ezard, Gherardi, Hayes, Poisot, Salguero-gómez, and

2015 DOI
37 The spread of a novel behavior in wild chimpanzees: New insights into the ape cultural mind

Gruber, Poisot, Zuberbühler, Hoppitt, and Hobaiter

2015 DOI
36 A continuum of specialists and generalists in empirical communities

Poisot, Kéfi, Morand, Stanko, Marquet, and Hochberg

2015 DOI
35 Best publishing practices to improve user confidence in scientific software

Poisot

2015 DOI
34 When is co-phylogeny evidence of coevolution?

Poisot

2015 URL
33 Bacteriophage richness reduces bacterial niche overlap in experimental microcosms

Matias, Gravel, Combe, Poisot, Barbera, Lounnas, Bouvier, and Mouquet

2015 DOI
32 Temperature and trophic structure are driving microbial productivity along a biogeographical gradient

Gray, Poisot, Harvey, Mouquet, Miller, and Gravel

2015 DOI
31 Evolutionary Ecology of Specialisation

Vamosi, and Poisot

2015 URL
30 Beyond species: why ecological interaction networks vary through space and time

Poisot, Stouffer, and Gravel

2015 DOI
29 The next generation of action ecology: novel approaches towards global ecological research

White, Sutton, Salguero-gómez, Bray, Campbell, Cieraad, Geekiyanage, Gherardi, Hughes, Jørgensen, Poisot, Desoto, and Zimmerman

2015 DOI
28 Using neutral theory to reveal the contribution of meta-community processes to assembly in complex landscapes

Gravel, Poisot, and Desjardins-proulx

2014 DOI
27 Lack of quantitative training among early-career ecologists: a survey of the problem and potential solutions

Barraquand, Ezard, Jørgensen, Zimmerman, Chamberlain, Salguero-gómez, Curran, and Poisot

2014 DOI
26 Social network analysis shows direct evidence for social transmission of tool use in wild chimpanzees

Hobaiter, Poisot, Zuberbühler, Hoppitt, and Gruber

2014 DOI
25 Ongoing worldwide homogenization of human pathogens

Poisot, Nunn, and Morand

2014 DOI
24 When is an ecological network complex? Connectance drives degree distribution and emerging network properties

Poisot, and Gravel

2014 DOI
23 Dispersal and spatial heterogeneity allow coexistence between enemies and protective mutualists

Poisot, Bever, Thrall, and Hochberg

2014 DOI
22 The case for open preprints in biology

Desjardins-proulx, White, Adamson, Ram, Poisot, and Gravel

2013 DOI
21 High-throughput sequencing: a roadmap toward community ecology

Poisot, Péquin, and Gravel

2013 DOI
20 An a posteriori measure of network modularity

Poisot

2013 DOI
19 Facultative and obligate parasite communities exhibit different network properties

Poisot, Stanko, Miklisová, and Morand

2013 DOI
18 The structure of natural microbial enemy-victim networks

Poisot, Lounnas, and Hochberg

2013 DOI
17 Inferring food web structure from predator-prey body size relationships

Gravel, Poisot, Albouy, Velez, and Mouillot

2013 DOI
16 Moving toward a sustainable ecological science: don't let data go to waste!

Poisot, Mounce, and Gravel

2013 DOI
15 Trophic complementarity drives the biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relationship in food webs

Poisot, Mouquet, and Gravel

2013 DOI
14 Phage–bacteria infection networks

Weitz, Poisot, Meyer, Flores, Valverde, Sullivan, and Hochberg

2013 DOI
13 A simple model to study phylogeographies and speciation patterns in space

Desjardins-proulx, Rosindell, Poisot, and Gravel

2012 URL
12 Terminal investment induced by a bacteriophage in a rhizosphere bacterium

Poisot, Bell, Martinez, Gougat-barbera, and Hochberg

2012 DOI
11 A comparative study of ecological specialization estimators

Poisot, Canard, Mouquet, and Hochberg

2012 DOI
10 The dissimilarity of species interaction networks

Poisot, Canard, Mouillot, Mouquet, and Gravel

2012 DOI
9 A global network of next generation ecologists

Jorgensen, Bonhomme, Ezard, Hayes, Poisot, Salguero-gomez, Vizzini, and Zimmerman

2011 URL
8 Trophic network structure emerges through antagonistic coevolution in temporally varying environments

Poisot, Thrall, and Hochberg

2011 DOI
7 The digitize package: extracting numerical data from scatterplots

Poisot

2011 URL
6 A conceptual framework for the evolution of ecological specialisation

Poisot, Bever, Nemri, Thrall, and Hochberg

2011 DOI
5 Morphological and molecular evolution are not linked in Lamellodiscus (Plathyhelminthes, Monogenea)

Poisot, Verneau, and Desdevises

2011 DOI
4 Resource availability affects the structure of a natural bacteria--bacteriophage community

Poisot, Lepennetier, Martinez, Ramsayer, and Hochberg

2010 DOI
3 Putative effects of recreational fishing of Paracentrotus lividus on populations of sea urchins in Mediterranean shallow water

Tessier, Poisot, Romans, and Desdevises

2010 URL
2 Putative speciation events in Lamellodiscus (Monogenea: Diplectanidae) assessed by a morphometric approach

Poisot, and Desdevises

2010 DOI
1 Interactions between immunocompetence, somatic condition and parasitism in the chub Leuciscus cephalus in early spring

Poisot, Simková, Hyřsl, and Morand

2009 DOI