JOELib

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JOELib
Rather Hindi-looking characters forming the word JOELib in the fictional Tengwar script of J. R. R. Tolkien, followed by a Roman numeral 2.
JOELib2 logo, which is the word JOELib written in the fictional Tengwar script of J. R. R. Tolkien, followed by a Roman numeral 2.
Original author(s) Joerg Kurt Wegner
Developer(s) JOELib development team
Initial release 9 November 2001; 15 years ago (2001-11-09)
Stable release
2007-03-03 / 3 March 2007; 10 years ago (2007-03-03)
Preview release
2009-06-08 / 8 June 2009; 7 years ago (2009-06-08)
Repository sourceforge.net/p/joelib/svn/HEAD/tree/
Development status Stalled
Written in Java
Operating system Cross-platform: Windows, Unix, Linux, macOS
Platform IA-32, x86-64
Available in English
Type Cheminformatics, molecular modelling
License GPL 2.0
Website sourceforge.net/projects/joelib

JOELib is computer software, a chemical expert system used mainly to interconvert chemical file formats. Because of its strong relationship to informatics, this program belongs more to the category cheminformatics than to molecular modelling. It is available for Windows, Unix and other operating systems supporting the programming language Java. It is free and open-source software distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) 2.0.

History[edit]

JOELib and OpenBabel were derived from the OELib Cheminformatics library.

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The project logo is just the word JOELib in the Tengwar script of J. R. R. Tolkien. The letters are grouped as JO-E-Li-b. Vowels are usually grouped together with a consonant, but two following vowels must be separated by a helper construct.

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References[edit]

  • The Blue Obelisk-Interoperability in Chemical Informatics, Rajarshi Guha, Michael T. Howard, Geoffrey R. Hutchison, Peter Murray-Rust, Henry Rzepa, Christoph Steinbeck, Jörg K. Wegner, and Egon L. Willighagen, J. Chem. Inf. Model.; 2006; doi:10.1021/ci050400b

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