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java

Software Support Level: 
Primary Support
Software Access Level: 
Open Access
Software Categories: 
Software Interactive/GUI: 
No
General Linux Documentation: 

To load this software in a Linux environment run the command(s)

module load java

Molden

Software Support Level: 
Secondary Support
Software Description: 

Molden is a visualization package for viewing the molecular density, molecular orbitals, electron density, chemical structure, etc., from the output files of GAMESS, Gaussian, and MOPAC/AMPAC calculations.With the use of the z-matrix editor initial guesses can be created for input files.

Software Access Level: 
Open Access
Software Categories: 
Software Interactive/GUI: 
No
General Linux Documentation: 

To run this software interactively in a Linux environment run the command(s):

module load molden

molden
 

Molekel

Software Support Level: 
Secondary Support
Software Description: 

Molekel is an advanced interactive 3D-graphics package for molecular sciences. It is a molecular graphics package for visualizing molecular and electronic structure data from the output of various chemistry applications (GAUSSIAN 94/98, GAMESS-US, ADF and many others).

Software Access Level: 
Open Access
Software Categories: 
Software Interactive/GUI: 
No
General Linux Documentation: 

To run this software interactively in a Linux environment run the commands:

module load molekel
Molekel

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