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Processing CML conventions in Java

Egon Willighagen


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    "description": "<p>This article describes the first opensource Java implementation of import filters for the Chemical Markup Language (CML). The filters support CML conventions and were tested with two opensource project: Jmol, a 3D molecular viewer, and JChemPaint, a chemical editor. Furthermore, the use of conventions in CML is explained and the reason for using conventions is pointed out. Finally, the implementation is compared with two recently developed techniques for handling CML data.</p>", 
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