Molecular Design Toolkit
Molecular modeling without the pain - a Python library offering integrated simulation, visualization, analysis, and cloud computing.
The toolkit aims to lower the barriers between you and your science by integrating mature, open source simulation packages with a readable abstract API, Jupyter notebook visualization, and native cloud computing.
MDT requires Docker and Python 2.7. (Python 3.5+ is supported in the development version, and will be available in the stable 0.8 release.)
On the command line, run:
pip install moldesign python -m moldesign intro
Note: depending on how python is installed on your system, some users may need to install the package as root:
sudo pip install moldesign.
The best way to get started is to play with the examples that
python -m moldesign intro will pull up. See the documentation for complete API docs, development instructions and other installation scenarios.
You'll almost always import the package and its units module:
import moldesign as mdt from moldesign import units as u
Download a protein from the PDB and visualize it in 3D (in a notebook):
protease = mdt.from_pdb('3AID') protease.draw()
Create a small molecule and relax its geometry:
mol = mdt.from_name('bipyridine') mol.set_energy_model(mdt.models.RHF(basis='STO-3G')) min_trajectory = mol.minimize(nsteps=20) min_trajectory.draw_orbitals()
For in-depth examples, see the built-in example notebooks (run
python -m moldesign intro to launch).
See NOTICES for details about incorporated code.
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