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Project Summary

The Open Chemistry project is a collection of open source, cross platform libraries and applications for the exploration, analysis and generation of chemical data. The project builds upon various efforts by collaborators and innovators in open chemistry such as the Blue Obelisk, Quixote and the associated projects. We aim to improve the state of the art, and facilitate the open exchange of ideas and exchange of chemical data leveraging the best technologies ranging from quantum chemistry codes, molecular dynamics, informatics and visualization.

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c++ cheminformatics chemistry cmake framework molecular_science research

In a Nutshell, Open Chemistry...

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Project Security

Vulnerabilities per Version ( last 10 releases )

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C++
83%
XML
7%
9 Other
10%

30 Day Summary

Jul 26 2019 — Aug 25 2019

12 Month Summary

Aug 25 2018 — Aug 25 2019
  • 899 Commits
    Up + 225 (33%) from previous 12 months
  • 13 Contributors
    Down -1 (7%) from previous 12 months