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ChemAxon Announces Free Cheminformatics Toolkit "FreeWeb"
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ChemAxon Announces Free Cheminformatics Toolkit "FreeWeb"

ChemAxon Announces Free Cheminformatics Toolkit "FreeWeb"
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ChemAxon Announces Free Cheminformatics Toolkit "FreeWeb"


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ChemAxon has announced the launch of the "FreeWeb" package to provide its chemical editing, viewing, search, property calculation and database management toolkits at no cost to freely accessible web resources being operated for non-commercial purposes. In addition to unlimited licenses, upgrades and support will be provided.

Following from the success of ChemAxon's Academic Package, which is designed to give all products free for academic teaching and research, the FreeWeb package aims to increase the quality and capabilities of publicly accessible online chemical research resources.

Toolkits included within the package: The Marvin Java applet family for creating chemical queries, viewing results and ligand/macromolecular analysis; JChem Base and JChem Cartridge to allow chemical searching and database management; Standardiser allowing business rules for structure management and Calculator Plugins to provide a range of structure based properties interesting to researchers for content held by the provider.

"There is an increasing amount of chemically relevant content being made available publicly, online. The FreeWeb package is our contribution toward making that content more available and useful", commented Ferenc Csizmadia, CEO of ChemAxon.

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