Monocle 3 utilizes methods published by other groups. Please be sure to cite those original
methods papers when you use them in your analyses. To make this easier, we provide a function
get_citations that will print a data frame with the methods and citations that you
used in constructing your CDS object. As you use new methods, they will be added to your citation
Monocle was originally built by Cole Trapnell and Davide Cacchiarelli, with substantial design input from John Rinn and
Tarjei Mikkelsen. We are grateful to Sharif Bordbar, Chris Zhu, Amy Wagers and the Broad RNAi platform for technical
assistance, and Magali Soumillon for helpful discussions. Cole Trapnell was supported by a Damon Runyon Postdoctoral
Fellowship. Davide Cacchiarelli was supported by a Human Frontier Science Program Fellowship. Cacchiarelli and Mikkelsen
were also supported by the Harvard Stem Cell Institute. John Rinn was the Alvin and Esta Star Associate Professor. This work
was supported by NIH grants 1DP2OD00667, P01GM099117, and P50HG006193-01. This work was also supported in part by the Single
Cell Genomics initiative, a collaboration between the Broad Institute and Fluidigm Inc.
Monocle versions 2 and 3 were developed by Cole Trapnell's lab. Significant portions were written by Xiaojie Qiu and Hannah
Pliner. The work was supported by NIH grant 1DP2HD088158, the W. M. Keck Foundation, as well as an Alfred P. Sloan
Foundation Research Fellowship. Hannah Pliner is supported by the
Brotman Baty Institute.