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Open Babel is a chemical toolbox designed to speak the many languages of chemical data.It's an open, collaborative project allowing anyone to search, convert, analyse, or store data from molecular modelling, chemistry, solid-state materials, biochemistry, or related areas.
I’ve also included npri (Normalized ratio of principle moments of inertia) as described by Sauer WH, Schwarz MK (2003) Molecular shape diversity of combinatorial libraries: A prerequisite for broad bioactivity. Whilst the majority of aggregators do have a calculated Log P 3.It should return the SMILES string, ID and similarity for the most similar molecule.usename$ '/usr/local/bin/obabel' '/Users/username/Desktop/Aggregators/aggregators.fs' -osmiles -S'Fc1cc2NCCc2cc1' -at1 -aa Cc1ccc(NCCc2c(cc(cc2[N ](=O)[O-])[N ](=O)[O-])[N ](=O)[O-])cc1 MLS000590224-01 0.536585 1 molecule converted We can now use this in the Vortex script.-xf FP3 f# Fingerprint type N# Fold fingerprint to # bits u Update an existing index Read Options (when searching) e.g.-at0.7 t# Do similarity search: #mols or # as min Tanimoto a Add Tanimoto coeff to title l# Maximum number of candidates.An alternative script that uses Log D can be downloaded from here Log zip, calculation of Log D is described in Scripting Vortex 3.
I have an Antminer U2, an Antminer U3, and a Nanofury yellowjacket USB miner.However in many instances it would be unwise to submit proprietary information to the public web service.Potential aggregators are flagged based on calculated Log P 0.85 to a known aggregator (using path based fingerprint) this script calculates x Log P using the algorithm provided by Dotmatics and then uses Open Babel fast search to calculate the closest similarity to a known aggregator.I open Zadig and only the Nanofury miner shows up in there.There are a couple things in there I don't recognize however, but no idea if they are the other miner(pictures below).Classified ad sites are used for many different reasons.