Steffen Möller

According to our database1, Steffen Möller authored at least 31 papers between 1996 and 2017.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of four.
  • Erdős number3 of four.



In proceedings 
PhD thesis 




Robust Cross-Platform Workflows: How Technical and Scientific Communities Collaborate to Develop, Test and Share Best Practices for Data Analysis.
Data Science and Engineering, 2017

ClonoCalc and ClonoPlot: immune repertoire analysis from raw files to publication figures with graphical user interface.
BMC Bioinformatics, 2017

Tools and data services registry: a community effort to document bioinformatics resources.
Nucleic Acids Research, 2016

Community-driven development for computational biology at Sprints, Hackathons and Codefests.
BMC Bioinformatics, 2014

xQTL workbench: a scalable web environment for multi-level QTL analysis.
Bioinformatics, 2012

Bioinformatics tools and database resources for systems genetics analysis in mice - a short review and an evaluation of future needs.
Briefings in Bioinformatics, 2012

High-throughput Molecular Docking Now in Reach for a Wider Biochemical Community.
Proceedings of the 20th Euromicro International Conference on Parallel, 2012

Low Latencies as Conditione sine qua non for Interactive Data Exploration and Timely Collaboration.
Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Science Gateways for Life Sciences, 2011

Community-driven computational biology with Debian Linux.
BMC Bioinformatics, 2010

The next-generation ARC middleware.
Annales des Télécommunications, 2010

An Easy Setup for Parallel Medical Image Processing: Using Taverna and ARC.
Proceedings of the Healthgrid Research, Innovation and Business Case - Proceedings of HealthGrid 2009, Berlin, Germany, 29 June, 2009

SNPtoGO: characterizing SNPs by enriched GO terms.
Bioinformatics, 2008

Integrating ARC grid middleware with Taverna workflows.
Bioinformatics, 2008

Agents in bioinformatics, computational and systems biology.
Briefings in Bioinformatics, 2007

Collection of soluble variants of membrane proteins for transcriptomics and proteomics.
In Silico Biology, 2005

In silico fine-mapping: narrowing disease-associated loci by intergenomics.
Bioinformatics, 2005

Benutzerakzeptanz situationsabhängiger mobiler Dienste am Fallbeispiel HyNet.
Proceedings of the Mobile Business - Processes, Platforms, Payment, 2005

Ein Analyseframework zur Bewertung von Open-Source-Migrationsstudien.
Proceedings of the INFORMATIK 2005, 2005

Selecting SNPs for association studies based on population frequencies: a novel interactive tool and its application to polygenic diseases.
In Silico Biology, 2004

Non-linear conversion between genetic and physical chromosomal distances.
Proceedings of the German Conference on Bioinformatics, 2003

Consistent Integration of Non-reliable Heterogeneous Information Resources Applied to the Annotation of Transmembrane Proteins.
Computers & Chemistry, 2002

Erratum: Evaluation of methods for the prediction of membrane spanning regions.
Bioinformatics, 2002

Evaluation of methods for the prediction of membrane spanning regions.
Bioinformatics, 2001

Prediction of the coupling specificity of G protein coupled receptors to their G proteins.
Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology, 2001

Correlation of Gene Expression as Measured by Different Assays.
Proceedings of the Computer science and biology: Proceedings of the German Conference on Bioinformatics, 2001

A collection of well characterised integral membrane proteins.
Bioinformatics, 2000

A novel method for automatic functional annotation of proteins.
Bioinformatics, 1999

Facilitating context-sensitive queries: A tool to rephrase SWISS-PROT.
German Conference on Bioinformatics, 1999

EDITtoTrEMBL: A distributed approach to high-quality automated protein sequence annotation.
German Conference on Bioinformatics, 1998

A novel method for automatic and reliable functional annotation of proteins.
German Conference on Bioinformatics, 1998

Computer Based Steganography: How It Works and Why Therefore Any Restrictions on Cryptography Are Nonsense, at Best.
Proceedings of the Information Hiding, First International Workshop, Cambridge, UK, May 30, 1996