BKchem - Major Features

Major Features

Drawing:

  • Bond by bond drawing
  • Straight and curved arrows
  • Radicals, lone pairs and charges
  • Templates for drawing common structure (users can create their own)
  • Simple vector graphics

Editing:

  • Unlimited undo/redo capabilities
  • Aligning, scaling and rotation (2D and 3D)

Exports to:

  • SVG
  • OpenOffice Draw
  • PDF
  • EPS (Encapsulated Postscript)
  • Molfile
  • PNG (with Pycairo installed)
  • SMILES (Stereochemistry is not supported)
  • InChI (with InChI program)

Imports:

  • Molfile
  • SMILES (Stereochemistry is not supported)
  • InChI (Stereochemistry is not supported)

Other features:

  • Searching BKchem files for a molecule or a fragment of a molecule
  • Localization support (currently English, French, Czech and Polish translations are available)
  • Support for user written plugins
  • Validity checking
  • Can be run from source with Python

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