A review has recently been published in Drug Discovery Today, for which I have the honour of being one of the co-authors. The primary instigators are Antony Williams and Sean Ekins. The review is a 12 page tour through some of the highlights of mobile chemistry software. The subject is evolving very rapidly, though – in the months since the manuscript was originally submitted, there have been a number of new developments, e.g. MolSync, ChemSpider Mobile, Reagents… it’s almost time for another review!
A blog about chemical information software for next generation computing environments.
- Incorporating Bayesian models into the Approved Drugs app
- 2014 redux
- NIH probe molecules in the Approved Drugs app
- Mobile sketcher overhaul in progress
- Second impressions of Swift: making Objective-C look good
- The Beer Lab Notebook
- Impressions of Apple’s Swift, after a bit of practice
- ChemSpider Mobile 2.0 is out!
- Sharing experiments: using ChemSpider Synthetic Pages examples and a trip down memory lane
- Solvent selection in Green Lab Notebook app
- Incorporating Bayesian models into the Approved Drugs app wp.me/p1vqEC-oR 1 day ago
- App-etite for change: J Computer-Aided Molecular Design, @WendyAnneWarr link.springer.com/article/10.100… #springerlink 1 day ago
- 2014 redux wp.me/p1vqEC-oM 2 days ago
- Information extraction from opaque literature: couldn't agree more @rapodaca pipeline.corante.com/archives/2014/… 5 days ago
- @ChemConnector It'll get deleted, unless he moonlights as a porn star... 6 days ago