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Re: Dia shapes for chemistry

You may also want to look at ChemML.  I don't have the
URL, but I'm sure you can find it on Google.  It's an
XML technology and from what I understand you can
download the appropriate DTD (or is it a XML Schema
now?) and your browser should be able to transform the
XML into graphical representations of chemicals... or
so I've been told.  I'm planning on using MathML and
ChemML for a website I'm throwing together soon.


--- Alan Horkan <horkana@tcd.ie> wrote:
> ChemTool
> Much as I am always glad to see people working to
> improve Dia and have it
> interoperate with other programs I wonder if you are
> using the best tool
> for the Job.  I dont know if it is any good but
> Chemtool is what the
> students here seem to use.
> Best of luck.
> Sincerely
> Alan Horkan
> http://advogato.org/person/AlanHorkan/
> On Mon, 21 Oct 2002, Richard Muller wrote:
> > Date: Mon, 21 Oct 2002 15:17:57 -0700
> > From: Richard Muller <rpm@wag.caltech.edu>
> > Reply-To: dia-list@gnome.org
> > To: dia-list@gnome.org
> > Subject: Dia shapes for chemistry
> >
> > I've just gone through the manuals and learned how
> to define new shapes
> > and sheets for Dia. I'm really impressed with how
> easy it is, but had a
> > few questions that I was hoping that someone could
> answer.
> >
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