Re: CCL:how to convert .rdf to .sdf file?
- From: Joseph Durant <jdurant %! at !% mdli.com>
- Subject: Re: CCL:how to convert .rdf to .sdf file?
- Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2002 14:07:06 -0800
In general the two file types are not interconvertable. .rdf files normally
contain reactions and associated data, and .sdf files contain only molecules
with associated data. You can only interconvert those .rdf files which contain
only molecules, with straightforward associated data.
You can get more information from the spec documents for the MDL file formats:
Hope this helps.
Gao Ying wrote:
> Dear CCLer,
> Could you kindly tell me how to convert .rdf to .sdf file.
> Is there any program to do such work?
> Thanks in advance!
> Gao Ying
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