Molecular visualization

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* [[Chimera]] - excellent molecular graphics package with support for a wide range of operations, including flexible molecular graphics, high resolution images for publication, user-driven  analysis, multiple sequence alignment analysis, multiple model analysis, docking
* [[Chimera]] - excellent molecular graphics package with support for a wide range of operations, including flexible molecular graphics, high resolution images for publication, user-driven  analysis, multiple sequence alignment analysis, multiple model analysis, docking
* [[Garlic]] - a free molecular visualization program
* [[Garlic]] - a free molecular visualization program
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* [[Ghemical]] - a molecular modelling package; graphical user interface is built on GTK2; both quantum-mechanical and forcefield-based methods are supported, and it is also possible to add new methods
* [[Oslet]] - a molecular modeling and simulation environment in Java, mainly for education
* [[Oslet]] - a molecular modeling and simulation environment in Java, mainly for education
* [[Spock]] - a full-featured molecular graphics program
* [[Spock]] - a full-featured molecular graphics program

Revision as of 22:10, 7 September 2009

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Software

Easy to use

The following visualization packages have extensive built-in help, and do not require that you learn any command language. All of these work in web browsers online.

More powerful, more complicated to use

Effective use of these packages requires learning some more complicated controls and/or command language. In return, they have considerably more power.

Additional

See also

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Opinion of Eric Martz, who authored FirstGlance in Jmol and Protein Explorer, and is a member of the Proteopedia.Org development team.

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