Want shareware "ChemDraw-like" program for Mac

Steven Zikopoulos szikopou at superior.carleton.ca
Tue Nov 1 20:30:38 EST 1994


In <reuber-0211940341090001 at 129.64.50.66> reuber at hydra.rose.brandeis.edu (Kent Reuber) writes:


chem-edit is a _freeware_ program available for the mac via ftp.  it
was written some time ago (1989) so i don't think it supports colour if
you need it.  i find it quite good and easy to use.  it will even
create 3-d models from your 2d image.


>I have a request from a professor in the BioChem department for a
>shareware 2D ChemDraw like program for the Mac. Basically, he wants to be
>able to draw the rings, bonds, etc. and paste it into a word processor.

>It seems like you could do a fair amount of this in a full function
>drawing program such as Canvas, but I'd like to see if there are
>alternative programs in the Shareware world first.

>Please respond by mail.
>-- 
>Kent Reuber
>Computational Specialist
>Brandeis University Biology Dept.
>reuber at hydra.rose.brandeis.edu
-- 
Steven Zikopoulos <szikopou at ccs.carleton.ca>




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