MacMolecule; posted in info-mac

Don Gilbert gilbertd at silver.ucs.indiana.edu
Fri Dec 7 17:13:16 EST 1990


I took a quick look at MacMolecule.  It looks quite nice for what it
does -- space filling molecules.  Handles up to 1000 atoms.  The
archive file includes several RNA, DNA and biological molecules or
fragments.  Rotation of the spacefilled molecules is slow on a Mac2ci --
but then any molec. modelling will be slow on less than a Silicon
Graphics IRIS.   One of the nicest things about this program, in
contrast to MacMimic or Ball'n'stick or others is that it is Free;
this isn't a demo of an expensive program.

You can also get a copy of the program via anonymous ftp to
iubio.bio.indiana.edu, cd [archive.chemistry.mac], get macmolecule.hqx

-- Don



Don.Gilbert at Iubio.Bio.Indiana.Edu
biocomputing office, indiana univ., bloomington, in 47405, usa




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