HMMER project background
About the project
The HMMER project is a collaborative project between the HMMER algorithm developers, led by Sean Eddy at HHMI/Harvard University, and the HMMER web service team, lead by Rob Finn at EMBL-EBI. Between us, we aim to provide Life science researchers fast and sensitive homology searches, which are accessible to the broadest possible community.
More information about this project is available on ReadTheDocs at hmmer-web-docs.readthedocs.io/en/latest/about.html
The following are aimed at keeping users informed about changes or issues:
- Twitter - follow @hmm3r for micro-blogs about the HMMER website updates, target database updates and new web features.
- Changelog - lists new features, bug fixes and improvements made to the site
If you have used the HMMER website, please consider citing the following reference that describes this work:
R.D. Finn, J. Clements, W. Arndt, B.L. Miller, T.J. Wheeler, F. Schreiber, A. Bateman and S.R. Eddy
Nucleic Acids Research (2015) Web Server Issue 43:W30-W38.
HMMER is supported by the following organisations: