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"Spock is a full-featured molecular graphics program developed by Jon A. Christopher while in the lab of Thomas O. Baldwin of the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics at Texas A&M University. Spock has been designed from the ground up to be powerful, flexible and most of all, easy to use. Many of the features of spock are designed to bring molecular modeling programs into the age of the internet.
Spock has the features users have come to expect from molecular graphics software including several bond and atom rendering types, and a complete array of backbone "worm" representations. Further, spock can calculate and display molecular and accessible surfaces, and color code these surfaces by properties (such as electrostatic potential)."
module load spock spock