Posts Tagged ‘chemical databases’

A nice example of open data (in London).

Sunday, March 5th, 2017
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Living in London, travelling using public transport is often the best way to get around. Before setting out on a journey one checks the status of the network. Doing so today I came across this page: our open data from Transport for London. 



Thursday, October 13th, 2011
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Bonds are a good example of something all chemists think they can recognise when they see them. But they are also remarkably dependent on context. We are running a molecular modelling course at the moment, and I found myself explaining to someone how very context-sensitive they can be. I thought it might be useful to collect my thoughts here. (more…)