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Posted almost 6 years ago by تحميل برامج مجانا
Thanks Avogadro
Posted over 6 years ago by mrkaban
This is version 2.0.8.0 or 0.8.0? If 2.0.8.0, then rename the folder, and then SourceForge does not correctly determine the latest version, and the transition from your old version of the site gives
Posted about 7 years ago by Marcus D. Hanwell
We are very proud to announce the availability of Avogadro 2 0.8.0. Avogadro 2 is a free, open source, cross-platform molecular editor designed for flexible use in computational chemistry, molecular modeling, bioinformatics, materials science, and ... [More] related areas. Packages are available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The source code source is available under the 3-clause BSD license. Avogadro 2 is a rewrite of Avogadro, and lacks some features present in Avogadro 1. Both packages can be installed on the same system, and so it is possible to try the latest without losing access to the previous version. We will be making occasional releases of Avogadro 1.x too, along with migrating functionality to Avogadro 2. We value your feedback, and hope that you will find the improvements made in version 2 useful. What does Avogadro 2 do? We've tried to make the best, most intuitive "builder" Interfaces to many common computational packages Designed to help both educational users and advanced research Plugins that allow it to be extended and customized Can be extended with simple Python scripts for file IO and input generation Well defined public API, libraries and modular design Download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/avogadro/files/avogadro2/0.8.0/ What's new? See the Release Notes: http://wiki.openchemistry.org/Avogadro2_0.8.0 For more information: http://wiki.openchemistry.org/Avogadro If you use Avogadro or Avogadro 2, please check out the Avogadro paper, and consider citing it: http://www.jcheminf.com/content/4/1/17 This is a community project and we couldn't have made this release without you. Many thanks to all the contributors to Avogadro including those of you who submitted feedback, bug reports, and code. We acknowledge that the development of Avogadro 2 has been funded by a US Army SBIR with the Engineering Research Development Center under contract (W912HZ-12-C-0005) at Kitware, Inc. [Less]
Posted about 7 years ago by Marcus D. Hanwell
We are very proud to announce the availability of Avogadro 2 0.8.0. Avogadro 2 is a free, open source, cross-platform molecular editor designed for flexible use in computational chemistry, molecular modeling, bioinformatics, materials science, and ... [More] related areas. Packages are available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The source code source is available under the 3-clause BSD license. Avogadro 2 is a rewrite of Avogadro, and lacks some features present in Avogadro 1. Both packages can be installed on the same system, and so it is possible to try the latest without losing access to the previous version. We will be making occasional releases of Avogadro 1.x too, along with migrating functionality to Avogadro 2. We value your feedback, and hope that you will find the improvements made in version 2 useful. What does Avogadro 2 do? We've tried to make the best, most intuitive "builder" Interfaces to many common computational packages Designed to help both educational users and advanced research Plugins that allow it to be extended and customized Can be extended with simple Python scripts for file IO and input generation Well defined public API, libraries and modular design Download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/avogadro/files/avogadro2/0.8.0/ What's new? See the Release Notes: http://wiki.openchemistry.org/Avogadro2_0.8.0 For more information: http://wiki.openchemistry.org/Avogadro If you use Avogadro or Avogadro 2, please check out the Avogadro paper, and consider citing it: http://www.jcheminf.com/content/4/1/17 This is a community project and we couldn't have made this release without you. Many thanks to all the contributors to Avogadro including those of you who submitted feedback, bug reports, and code. We acknowledge that the development of Avogadro 2 has been funded by a US Army SBIR with the Engineering Research Development Center under contract (W912HZ-12-C-0005) at Kitware, Inc. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by Marcus D. Hanwell
We are very proud to announce the availability of Avogadro 2 0.7.2. Avogadro 2 is a free, open source, cross-platform molecular editor designed for flexible use in computational chemistry, molecular modeling, bioinformatics, materials science, and ... [More] related areas. Packages are available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The source code source is available under the 3-clause BSD license. Avogadro 2 is a rewrite of Avogadro, and still lacks features present in Avogadro 1. Both packages can be installed on the same system, and so it is possible to try the latest without losing access to the previous version. We will be making occasional releases of Avogadro 1.x too, along with migrating functionality to Avogadro 2. We value your feedback, and hope that you will find the improvements made in version 2 useful. What does Avogadro 2 do? We've tried to make the best, most intuitive "builder" Interfaces to many common computational packages Designed to help both educational users and advanced research Plugins that allow it to be extended and customized Can be extended with simple Python scripts for file IO and input generation Well defined public API, libraries and modular design Download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/avogadro/files/avogadro2/0.7.2/ What's new? See the Release Notes: http://wiki.openchemistry.org/Avogadro2_0.7.2 For more information: http://wiki.openchemistry.org/Avogadro If you use Avogadro or Avogadro 2, please check out the Avogadro paper, and consider citing it: http://www.jcheminf.com/content/4/1/17 This is a community project and we couldn't have made this release without you. Many thanks to all the contributors to Avogadro including those of you who submitted feedback, bug reports, and code. We acknowledge that the development of Avogadro 2 has been funded by a US Army SBIR with the Engineering Research Development Center under contract (W912HZ-12-C-0005) at Kitware, Inc. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by Marcus D. Hanwell
We are very proud to announce the availability of Avogadro 2 0.7.2. Avogadro 2 is a free, open source, cross-platform molecular editor designed for flexible use in computational chemistry, molecular modeling, bioinformatics, materials science, and ... [More] related areas. Packages are available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The source code source is available under the 3-clause BSD license. Avogadro 2 is a rewrite of Avogadro, and still lacks features present in Avogadro 1. Both packages can be installed on the same system, and so it is possible to try the latest without losing access to the previous version. We will be making occasional releases of Avogadro 1.x too, along with migrating functionality to Avogadro 2. We value your feedback, and hope that you will find the improvements made in version 2 useful. What does Avogadro 2 do? We've tried to make the best, most intuitive "builder" Interfaces to many common computational packages Designed to help both educational users and advanced research Plugins that allow it to be extended and customized Can be extended with simple Python scripts for file IO and input generation Well defined public API, libraries and modular design Download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/avogadro/files/avogadro2/0.7.2/ What's new? See the Release Notes: http://wiki.openchemistry.org/Avogadro2_0.7.2 For more information: http://wiki.openchemistry.org/Avogadro If you use Avogadro or Avogadro 2, please check out the Avogadro paper, and consider citing it: http://www.jcheminf.com/content/4/1/17 This is a community project and we couldn't have made this release without you. Many thanks to all the contributors to Avogadro including those of you who submitted feedback, bug reports, and code. We acknowledge that the development of Avogadro 2 has been funded by a US Army SBIR with the Engineering Research Development Center under contract (W912HZ-12-C-0005) at Kitware, Inc. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by Marcus D. Hanwell
We are very proud to announce the availability of Avogadro 1.1.1. Avogadro is a free, open source, cross-platform molecular editor designed for flexible use in computational chemistry, molecular modeling, bioinformatics, materials science, and ... [More] related areas. Packages are available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The source code source is available under the GNU GPLv2. What does Avogadro do? We've tried to make the best, most intuitive "builder," including common fragments, downloading directly from PDB or PubChem, and peptide sequences Innovative "auto-optimize" tool which allows you to continue to build and modify, during molecular mechanics optimization Interfaces to many common computational packages Designed to help both educational users and advanced research Plugins that allow Avogadro to be extended and customized Well defined public API, library and Python bindings for development Embedded Python interpreter Translations available in 19+ languages Download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/avogadro/files/avogadro/1.1.1 What's New? See the Release Notes: http://avogadro.openmolecules.net/wiki/Avogadro_1.1.1 For more information: http://avogadro.openmolecules.net/wiki/ If you use Avogadro please check out the recently published Avogadro paper, and consider citing it: http://www.jcheminf.com/content/4/1/17 This is a community project and we couldn't have made this release without you. Many thanks to all the contributors to Avogadro including those of you who submitted feedback, bug reports, and code. Particular thanks go to all the translators. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by Marcus D. Hanwell
We are very proud to announce the availability of Avogadro 1.1.1. Avogadro is a free, open source, cross-platform molecular editor designed for flexible use in computational chemistry, molecular modeling, bioinformatics, materials science, and ... [More] related areas. Packages are available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The source code source is available under the GNU GPLv2. What does Avogadro do? We've tried to make the best, most intuitive "builder," including common fragments, downloading directly from PDB or PubChem, and peptide sequences Innovative "auto-optimize" tool which allows you to continue to build and modify, during molecular mechanics optimization Interfaces to many common computational packages Designed to help both educational users and advanced research Plugins that allow Avogadro to be extended and customized Well defined public API, library and Python bindings for development Embedded Python interpreter Translations available in 19+ languages Download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/avogadro/files/avogadro/1.1.1 What's New? See the Release Notes: http://avogadro.openmolecules.net/wiki/Avogadro_1.1.1 For more information: http://avogadro.openmolecules.net/wiki/ If you use Avogadro please check out the recently published Avogadro paper, and consider citing it: http://www.jcheminf.com/content/4/1/17 This is a community project and we couldn't have made this release without you. Many thanks to all the contributors to Avogadro including those of you who submitted feedback, bug reports, and code. Particular thanks go to all the translators. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by Marcus D. Hanwell
We are very proud to announce the availability of Avogadro 2 0.7.0. Avogadro 2 is a free, open source, cross-platform molecular editor designed for flexible use in computational chemistry, molecular modeling, bioinformatics, materials science, and ... [More] related areas. Packages are available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The source code source is available under the 3-clause BSD license. Avogadro 2 is a rewrite of Avogadro, and still lacks features present in Avogadro 1. Both packages can be installed on the same system, and so it is possible to try the latest without losing access to the previous version. We will be making occasional releases of Avogadro 1.x too, along with migrating functionality to Avogadro 2. We value your feedback, and hope that you will find the improvements made in version 2 useful. What does Avogadro 2 do? * We've tried to make the best, most intuitive "builder" * Interfaces to many common computational packages * Designed to help both educational users and advanced research * Plugins that allow it to be extended and customized * Can be extended with simple Python scripts for file IO and input generation * Well defined public API, libraries and modular design Download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/avogadro/files/avogadro2/0.7.0/ What's new? See the Release Notes: http://wiki.openchemistry.org/Avogadro2_0.7.0 For more information: http://wiki.openchemistry.org/Avogadro If you use Avogadro or Avogadro 2, please check out the recently published Avogadro paper, and consider citing it: http://www.jcheminf.com/content/4/1/17 This is a community project and we couldn't have made this release without you. Many thanks to all the contributors to Avogadro including those of you who submitted feedback, bug reports, and code. We acknowledge that the development of Avogadro 2 has been funded by a US Army SBIR with the Engineering Research Development Center under contract (W912HZ-12-C-0005) at Kitware, Inc. [Less]
Posted almost 9 years ago by Marcus D. Hanwell
We are very proud to announce the availability of Avogadro 2 0.7.0. Avogadro 2 is a free, open source, cross-platform molecular editor designed for flexible use in computational chemistry, molecular modeling, bioinformatics, materials science, and ... [More] related areas. Packages are available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The source code source is available under the 3-clause BSD license. Avogadro 2 is a rewrite of Avogadro, and still lacks features present in Avogadro 1. Both packages can be installed on the same system, and so it is possible to try the latest without losing access to the previous version. We will be making occasional releases of Avogadro 1.x too, along with migrating functionality to Avogadro 2. We value your feedback, and hope that you will find the improvements made in version 2 useful. What does Avogadro 2 do? * We've tried to make the best, most intuitive "builder" * Interfaces to many common computational packages * Designed to help both educational users and advanced research * Plugins that allow it to be extended and customized * Can be extended with simple Python scripts for file IO and input generation * Well defined public API, libraries and modular design Download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/avogadro/files/avogadro2/0.7.0/ What's new? See the Release Notes: http://wiki.openchemistry.org/Avogadro2_0.7.0 For more information: http://wiki.openchemistry.org/Avogadro If you use Avogadro or Avogadro 2, please check out the recently published Avogadro paper, and consider citing it: http://www.jcheminf.com/content/4/1/17 This is a community project and we couldn't have made this release without you. Many thanks to all the contributors to Avogadro including those of you who submitted feedback, bug reports, and code. We acknowledge that the development of Avogadro 2 has been funded by a US Army SBIR with the Engineering Research Development Center under contract (W912HZ-12-C-0005) at Kitware, Inc. [Less]