XMolView (alpha 16.08)

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Name:XMolViewPopularity:7%
Version:(alpha 16.08)License:GPL Ver. 3
Author:Edmanuel TorresEMail:support_at_xmol.org
Home Page:http://www.xmol.org/ (2542 visits)
Download:http://www.molecular-explorer.com/downloads/xmv_16.04_trusty_x86_64.zip (848 visits)
Description:

Molecular Explorer is a powerful WYSIWYG OpenGL graphical editor with several unique features to visualize structures for atomistic calculations. We are very close to a stable beta release!. The above binary is for Ubuntu 12.10 (64 Bits).

Get the source code from:

https://github.com/eetorres/xmolview

Here a short list of features:

+ Load file from CLI.

+ VASP Materials Project format.

+ Generate DL_FIELD molecular structure with DL_POLY format.

+ Periodic and non-periodic systems.

+ Uni/two-dimensional structure scans.

+ Fragment manipulation.

+ Based on the FLTK library therefore very fast and small.

+ Automatic fragmentation of non-bonded parts for counterpoise calculations.

+ Automatic molecular integrity recognition of split structures due periodic boundary conditions.

+ Read several standard files, such as: xyz, pdb, Gaussian, VASP, DL_POLY.

+ Convert structure files between the supported formats.

+ Build periodic systems using images of the unit cell.

+ Series of structures for Potential Energy Surfaces (PES) calculations.

+ Fragment definition to manipulate specific parts of the atomic structures.

+ Display labels for the atomic species (e.g., DL_POLY).

+ Distance and angle tools.

+ Keyboard shortcuts.


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ID Title Last Modified Comment(s) top right image
  1198XMolView alpha 7Jun 04, 20120  
 

XMolView (alpha 7)

 
  1190XMolView alpha 4May 14, 20120  
 

XMolView alpha 4

 
  1181XMolView alpha 1Apr 24, 20120  
 

Molecular Explorer is a powerful OpenGL graphical editor with several unique features to design structures for atomic calculations.

 
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From engelsman, 13:47 Apr 09, 2015 (score=3)

The home page is blank, maybe the author can post a new link
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From etorres, 14:28 Apr 10, 2015 (score=3)

The link works fine for me!
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