Monthly Archives: August 2010

Chemicalize for WordPress

Having recently bigged up the Chemicalize system that lets you view any web page or chunk of text containing chemical names with inline structures and links to property information generated on-the-fly, I thought I’d offer the Chemicalize team a little …

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How to Chemicalize any website

The semantic web is slowly but surely emerging from academia and offering useful ways to handle data, let’s hope they don’t start calling it Web 3.0 though, eh? Chemicalize.org could be seen as one way in which chemists might benefit …

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Chemicalize your molecules

Chemicalize.org is a new, free service from ChemAxon. It uses their “name to structure” parsing and structure-based predictions to identify chemical structures from web pages and other text and provide predicted data related to each structure, which seems like a …

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