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One thing I’m particularly keen to seek is inter-operability with file formats.
Thus it would help if, for chemical drawing, any tools we use can exchange files. I see this as more important than converging on a particular application. @mattodd @cdsouthan There are two distinct needs here, drawing structures for database searching and publication ready graphics.
One is those of us contributing frequently and for whom software might be available through our institutions.
The other is someone coming to the project for the first time from elsewhere, who would like to contribute but who may not have resources. a school student, a retired pharma scientist, anyone.
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Most people in the OSM consortium need, at some point, to draw molecules. ) but I'm assuming that acquiring access to the actual software might be more useful. That we could as a group gain access to an online drawing tool (no requirement for software download) that allows drawing/saving/sharing of structures?
Google Docs, Data Warrior, Chemicalize and even the back-end functionality inside Pub Chem and Sure Ch EMBL).
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