ChemSpaX: A Python tool for local chemical space exploration

ChemSpaX is a Python package that can be used for local chemical space exploration of any structure. This is done by placing substuents on a pre-defined skeleton. A substituent can be chosen from an existing library and can be attached to the skeleton.

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What ChemSpaX: A Python tool for local chemical space exploration can do for you

  • The main function and Python file are used to place functional groups. The user only needs to provide an MDL Molfile (.mol) and xyz file for the skeleton on which functional groups need to be placed. Examples are provided in the readme.
  • This is useful for researchers interested in building libraries of chemical 3D structures.
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  • Python 68%
  • Shell 32%
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Delft University of Technology

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Adarsh Kalikadien
PhD candidate / Maintainer
Delft University of Technology
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Evgeny Pidko