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    Education: FirstGlance in Jmol now on YouTube: Intro & Design Goals
    Submitted by Eric Martz; posted on Wednesday, March 24, 2021

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    FirstGlance in Jmol is the easiest way to understand 3D structures of proteins. There is no command language to learn. It is much easier than PyMOL. It is easy for students, yet has plenty of power for researchers. Any molecular view in FirstGlance can be rendered as an animation ready to drop into a Powerpoint slide. It takes just a few mouse clicks. During the past year, FirstGlance was used >300 times/day on average.

    A new video on YouTube provides an introduction to FirstGlance in Jmol, and discusses the inspiration for its creation, and its design goals: www.youtube.com/watch?v=80og2ASrvnQ

    Slides showing examples of molecular animations created with FirstGlance: docs.google.com/pres[...]=id.p

    FirstGlance in Jmol: FirstGlance.Jmol.Org

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