Jmol is a free, open source molecule viewer for students, educators, and researchers in For the most up-to-date scripting documentation see the Jmol/ JSmol. Documentation of Jmol’s scripting language can be found here: http://chemapps. This is the official. JSmol is a fully functional implementation of Jmol that does not Various ways to create surfaces and more documentation on surfaces.

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Jmol in an Android tablet. The RasMol commands which are currently not implemented in Jmol are generally those associated with protein visualization: When perspective depth is set to false you get a flat documentayion which is orthogonal to the screen.

Scripting Scripting References Ways to integrate scripts. This should not be needed except on very large molecules or very old computers.

You can change to another language if desired. To embed the Jmol Applet in a web page, jol need only one java archive file, JmolApplet. They cover the basic functionality of both application and applet, but they have not been updated recently particularly, for features in version 11 of Jmol.

One method is to use the ‘javascript: Please, note that these methods are not recommended.


If you would like to have multiple instances of the applet on a single page then you should give them unique names.

The recommended way to cite Jmol is: This document gives technical information about how Jmol is built, particularly with respect to graphics rendering. I have not yet checked Netscape on OS X. In documentattion example, the script command is used to execute a documentaton script which is stored in the scripts subdirectory on the web server.

Jmol Documentation

Jmol links Website Sourceforge. With some browser versions you can sneak by without starting object references with ‘document’. Has step by step instructions for both Windows and Mac OS X, and for the 5 most popular web browsers. It also provides a testing and demonstration page.

Jmol Applet Documentation

This document demonstrates, using a 3D periodic table, which radii Jmol jmok for elements. The different projection modes are easily visible with crystaline structures or when the enclosing boundbox is turned on, as in:. Various ways of invoking scripts are demonstrated.

Scripting commands are the same under the applet as under the Jmol application. Backward compatibility changes of behavior across versions Features added since version 10 Users mailing list and a mirror.

There you can share ideas and experiences, ask for help, give us feedback, request new features or changes, discuss implementation, submit patches, or contribute code. Multi-language Translated into multiple languages: Embedding the Jmol Applet in a Web Page.


Jmol as a standalone application. The JmolViewer can be integrated as a component into other Java applications. A user-maintained site collecting a lot of information about the use of Jmol.

Finally, there is a documentation section in this web site, for more technical details. Put this file in the directory on your webserver. Shaded images are calculated and cached, so performance should not be an issue except when dealing with very large protein molecules. The underlying technology that supports this is known as LiveConnect.

This listing gives brief documentwtion of the commands.

Jmol Wiki – Main Page

Animations Vibrations Surfaces Orbitals Support for unit cell and symmetry operations Schematic shapes for secondary structures in biomolecules, including DSSR for investigating the secondary structure of nucleic acids.

Jmol is an open-source viewer for three-dimensional chemical structures, with features for chemicals, crystals, materials and documentatoon. Using JavaScript commands embedded in web pages, you can control the behavior of the Jmol applet. We recommend that you use the name ‘jmol’ as in:.