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Creating Chemical Presentations for the Internet Using Free or Nearly Free Tools: Chime and Netscape Navigator

Creating Chemical Presentations for the Internet Using Free or Nearly Free Tools: Chime and Netscape Navigator

9/25/97


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Creating Chemical Presentations for the Internet Using Free or Nearly Free Tools: Chime and Netscape Navigator

Introduction

Introduction (continued)

Introduction (continued)

The Tools of the Trade

The Tools of the Trade: Chime

The Tools of the Trade: Chime 2.0

The Tools of the Trade: Chemical Structures

The Tools of the Trade: Text Editor

The Tools of the Trade: JavaScript

The Tools of the Trade: RasMol scripting

Basics of Chime Access within HTML

Chime Access within HTML

RasMol Scripting: Basic Capabilities of the Standard Version

RasMol Scripting: Selecting atoms/bonds

RasMol Scripting: Setting Display Method

RasMol Scripting: Changing Colors

RasMol Scripting: Rotations and Translations

RasMol Scripting: Fine-Tuning Display

RasMol Scripting: Putting it Together

RasMol Scripting: MDL Extensions

MDL-Enhanced RasMol Scripting: Chime Buttons

MDL-Enhanced RasMol Scripting: The Move Command

MDL-Enhanced RasMol Scripting: Callback functions

MDL-Enhanced RasMol Scripting: Calling Scripts from JavaScript

MDL-Enhanced RasMol Scripting: Calling Scripts from JavaScript (cont.)

MDL-Enhanced RasMol Scripting: Calling JavaScript from Chime

How to get started

Conclusion

Acknowledgments

More Information

Author: Mitchell Miller

Home Page: http://www.mdli.com/chemscape/chime/chimedev.html

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