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The development and curation of a range of XML-based tools for using Chemical Markup Language (CML), including XSD XML Schemas for validation, datatyping and constraining CML documents and XSLT Stylesheets for transforming, filtering and rendering.
The JSpecView Project provides JAVA applets for the display of JCAMP-DX and AnIML/CML spectral files. The source and binary files are available via the Code (sourceforge SVN) and Files menu options. See the WIKI pages (Hosted Apps) for more detail
An editor for small organic molecules, written in C using gtk+. It can read and write SMILES and cml and can save to dia's file format. It is suitable for creating chemical molecule diagrams for lower level chemistry/ochem lab reports.
The CheckCML project is a collection of modules for the production and checking of chemical experimental data represented as CML. The core CheckCML library provides classes for the checking process; tools such as OscarData allow for the production of CML
Golem is an ontology language - primarily (but not exclusively) designed to be used with CML, the Chemical Markup Language. pyGolem is its supporting toolkit, written in Python. Together, they help scientists use, and write, tools which make it easier to process very large volumes of scientific data by reference to the concepts found in it, rather than having to fight with the files' formats and syntax. Project homepage: http://www.lexical.org.uk/science/golem/