See JSmol for more details.
|Features include reading a variety of file types, including PyMOL session files and output from quantum chemistry programs, file writing (including JPG, PNG, PNGJ (PNG+ZIP), and ZIP formats), and animation of multi-frame files and computed normal modes from quantum programs, surfaces, translucency, full Jmol scripting, and localization in 40+ languages.|
The recommended way to cite Jmol is:
- Jmol: an open-source Java viewer for chemical structures in 3D. http://www.jmol.org/
- JSmol: an open-source HTML5 viewer for chemical structures in 3D. http://wiki.jmol.org/index.php/JSmol
Remember to always use uppercase 'J', uppercase 'S', lowercase 'mol' (explanation).
If you prefer, a list of articles that describe Jmol can be found in the Jmol Literature section.
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More official, general and static information about Jmol is available in the Jmol web site. (But content there is currently quite outdated)
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