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Open Source Software in Life Science Research by M Forster, L Harland

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Utilizing open source software to facilitate communication of chemistry at RSC

Aileen Day, Antony Williams, Colin Batchelor, Richard Kidd and Valery Tkachenko

Abstract:

The Royal Society of Chemistry is one of the world’s premier chemistry publishers and has an established reputation for the development of award-winning platforms such as Prospect and ChemSpider. Using a small but agile in-house development team, we have combined commercial and open source software tools to develop the platforms necessary to deliver capabilities to our community of users. This book chapter will review the systems that have been developed in-house, what they deliver to the community, the challenges encountered in developing our systems and utilizing open ...

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