|Interface||Graphical user interface|
|Restrictions to use||None|
|Operating system||Unix/Linux, Mac OS, Windows|
|License||Eclipse Public License version 1.0|
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Bioclipse in publications(18)
[…] 1.4.5 were used to visualize docking poses. all the chemical structures were drawn in chem draw professionals version 15.1. the metabolic sites in the ligands were predicted using metaprint 2d in bioclipse version 2.6.2. all the chemicals used in the study were of a.r. grade and purchased from commercial suppliers and used without any further purification. hydrated salts of metals viz. […]
[…] using a non-linear kernel proved to be infeasible for large data sizes, even with substantial computational resources on a computer cluster. to deploy the resulting models, we extended the bioclipse decision support framework to support models from liblinear and made our models of logd and solubility available from within bioclipse., the online version of this article […]
[…] active users cannot add new decision knowledge to the running system; this holds for tacit decisions added by decision memos but also structured substance data. in  the decision support system bioclipse-ds is introduced for supporting the primarily chemical liability assessment. in the shape of an expert system it is focused on the special task of liability assessment. it combines […]
[…] posed results for each chemical structure, best pose was retained. the resultant best pose score values in the series were used for analysis of docking and interaction (garofalo et al., 2011). , bioclipse open tox software was run on windows 7 platform, which process the chemical structure by interacting with known toxic compounds for predictive toxicology. chemical structures were imported […]
[…] its components have been designed to be of general use for other developers in the scientific community and it may be integrated into any java gui application, based on swing, swt, eclipse rcp and bioclipse (), and it is interoperable with the cdm library () and biojava api (application programming interface) (). furthermore, support for importing and exporting whole contig alignments […]
A lot of mundane tasks like converting between varous chemical formats, generating 3D models from 2D ones etc, can be done by just right-clicking and selecting operations in menus.
There are some minor quirks, such as that the molecular drawing editor takes a little practice to get used to (after that it works fine though), and occasional very long waiting times when accessing update times etc, that draws away the last star. Otherwise, it is definitely a software worth checking out for the working cheminformatician.