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Thursday, February 13, 2020
Schrödinger provides a complete suite of software solutions with the latest advances in pharmaceutical research and computational chemistry. These software are all available under Maestro, Schrödinger's single common graphical user interface that provides a powerful, fully-integrated molecular visualization and analysis environment. Schrödinger is widely recognized as a scientific leader in developing state-of-the-art chemical simulation software for use in pharmaceutical and biotechnology research. The company's products range from general molecular modeling programs to a full-featured suite of drug design software including both ligand and structure based methods. Schrödinger uses Maestro, a common graphical user interface to all of Schrödinger's software.
module load schrodinger
It is also possible to run maestro using our NICE remote-visualization systems for better performance than is possible on other remote connections. Establish a NICE connection as described in our NICE documentation, and then run the following commands in a terminal window inside the NICE session:
Please note that Schrodinger is only configured to submit jobs to Mesabi, so you must be connected to Mesabi if you would like to submit a job from the Maestro interface.
Home PageDocumentation can be found in the help menu in Maestro. See Help > Manual Index to access Schrodinger's library of tutorials and technical documentation.