PerlMol - Perl modules for molecular chemistry
# This is a bundle containing all of the modules # of the PerlMol Project and their dependencies. # This is not a real module; it is the main index # to the documentation of the PerlMol modules.
PerlMol is a collection of Perl modules for chemoinformatics and computational chemistry with the philosophy that "simple things should be simple". It should be possible to write one-liners that use this toolkit to do meaningful "molecular munging". The PerlMol toolkit provides objects and methods for representing molecules, atoms, and bonds in Perl; doing substructure matching; and reading and writing files in various formats.
What follows is an index of the relevant documentation.
The following modules are indented according to the class hierarchy:
These are auxiliary modules for which object classes seemed overkill
The "examples" directory in the PerlMol distribution file has several sample scripts with lots of comments and a few input and output files that show how one can use PerlMol for common tasks. They can also be browsed online at http://www.perlmol.org/examples/. Some of the examples are:
* combinatorial_enumeration * file_conversion * molgrep * pdb_viewer * peptide_builder * polar_surface_area
This is the PerlMol bundled release version 0.3500. It includes the following distributions:
Chemistry-3DBuilder 0.10 Chemistry-Bond-Find 0.21 Chemistry-Canonicalize 0.10 Chemistry-File-MDLMol 0.20 Chemistry-File-Mopac 0.15 Chemistry-File-PDB 0.21 Chemistry-File-SLN 0.10 Chemistry-File-SMARTS 0.22 Chemistry-File-SMILES 0.44 Chemistry-File-VRML 0.10 Chemistry-File-XYZ 0.11 Chemistry-FormulaPattern 0.10 Chemistry-InternalCoords 0.18 Chemistry-Isotope 0.11 Chemistry-MacroMol 0.06 Chemistry-MidasPattern 0.11 Chemistry-Mok 0.25 Chemistry-Mol 0.35 Chemistry-Pattern 0.26 Chemistry-Reaction 0.02 Chemistry-Ring 0.18 Math-VectorReal 1.02 Parse-Yapp 1.05 Statistics-Regression 0.15
The version number of a PerlMol bundle is always the same as the version number of the included Chemistry-Mol distribution, plus two extra digits that distinguish between different bundles based on the same Chemistry-Mol distribution.
The PerlMol website http://www.perlmol.org/
Ivan Tubert-Brohman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (c) 2005 Ivan Tubert-Brohman All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.