19 January 2010

Spectroscopy + ChemDoodle 3

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We certainly have been busy with ChemDoodle 3 development as its release approaches. One major new capability of ChemDoodle 3 is the inclusion of […]


19 January 2010

ChemDoodle + Ubuntu 9.10

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We have tested ChemDoodle with the new Ubuntu 9.10 release and everything works as expected. As always, when there is a new operating system […]


19 January 2010

ChemDoodle Web Components now work in Internet Explorer!

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Thanks to the talented developers at Google, the ChemDoodle Web Components now work wonderfully in Microsoft Internet Explorer. Google now hosts Google Chrome Frame, […]


19 January 2010

Protein Data Bank Demo and Canvas Technology Analysis

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Kevin published a nice article on the javascript/Canvas technology over on MacResearch, complete with a step-by-step walkthrough on how to quickly put together a […]


19 January 2010

ChemDoodle on Mac OSX 10.6 Snow Leopard

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We have thoroughly tested the retail version of Apple’s Mac OSX upgrade and are happy to announce that ChemDoodle continues to work beautifully after […]


19 January 2010

ChemDoodle Web Components

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We are proud to announce the release of the ChemDoodle Web Components library. ChemDoodle Web Components are pure javascript objects derived from ChemDoodle to […]


19 January 2010

BMT Micro is now our official payment processor

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We have switched our payment processor from PayPal to BMT Micro. Our new payment processor (BMT Micro) allows: Faster, easier purchasing. Payment without using […]


19 January 2010

Review of ChemDoodle

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Dr. John Gardiner of the University of Manchester provides a review of ChemDoodle at his website. Dr. Gardiner discusses several common tasks a chemist […]


19 January 2010

ChemDoodle + Windows 7

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Here is a screencapture of ChemDoodle running on the new Windows 7 operating system. It works beautifully and efficiently. Unlike other software, ChemDoodle is […]


19 January 2010

The Essential VectorPaste Library

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Available Summer 2009, VectorPaste is the first fully functional Java library for creating operating system specific image metadata and for saving and transferring that […]


19 January 2010

Two great ways to save your institution money with ChemDoodle

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ChemDoodle 2 was just released and several institutions have signed up for site licenses. To be even more generous, we now offer an incredibly […]


19 January 2010

Transferring Vector Graphics

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The most important new feature making its debut in ChemDoodle 2 is the ability to seamlessly paste and insert scalable vector graphics into your […]


19 January 2010

TLC Canvas

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One of the new widgets incorporated into ChemDoodle 2 is the new TLC Canvas. This widget allows you to digitally reproduce experimental Thin Layer […]


19 January 2010

ChemDoodle and Ubuntu 9.04

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Since Ubuntu 9.04 was released with a newer version of Java, we just had to try ChemDoodle on the upgraded OS. We all agree […]


19 January 2010

Line Notations

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In ChemDoodle 2, the SMILES widget has been upgraded to the Line Notation Pad widget. Now Sybyl Line Notation (SLN), IUPAC International Chemical Identifiers […]


19 January 2010

Different Strokes: Combining Art and Chemistry

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ChemDoodle 2 will be released shortly, so I will begin divulging some of the great new features. One addition is the ability to use […]


19 January 2010

Reading and Writing PDB and SMD Files: An Exercise with FortranFormat

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I recently released an open source Java library for parsing input and formatting output using Fortran Format. This library is very valuable for chemoinformaticists […]


19 January 2010

Open Source Excursion #1: FortranFormat

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FortranFormat is an open source Java library for parsing input and formatting output using Fortran Format specification. FortranFormat is written by Kevin Theisen and […]


19 January 2010

Chemical Identifiers

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In all chemical drawing applications, identifiers are logically associated with an object, but not always spatially. Sometimes, identifiers may be misplaced, especially when structures […]


19 January 2010

3D Rotation

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ChemDoodle v1.4.0 now contains a function for rotating structures in 3 dimensions. Rotations are performed on a virtual trackball and are very intuitive. As […]