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Toxmatch Portable is a reliable chemistry solution aiming to encode similarity indices in order to ease the operation of grouping chemicals into categories.
The application can be used to:
– Add up to four chemical categories in the database
– Define similarity indices for chemical similarity calculations
– Compute pair wise chemical similarity
– Manage and search for chemicals in the database
– Calculate chemical similarity with a sample
The application is designed to be operated within a relational database, such as Microsoft Access, MSSQL, SQLite or MySQL.
A single file contains all the information about each chemical category.
The results of chemical similarity computations are presented in a table view.
The main features are:
– Perform chemical similarity computations
– Manage chemical categories in the database
– Perform pair wise chemical similarity calculations
The application can export similarity matrices into Excel format.
– Export similarity results into an Excel file
– Exported data can be used to build a heat map or other graphs
– Excel file can be easily integrated into other applications
– All similarity indices used by Toxmatch Portable are customisable and are defined by the user.
Additional features include:
– Filtering out non-active chemical categories
– Sort chemical categories by similarity values
– Sort chemical names by similarity values
– Sort chemical names by categoryAnd I’ll drink to that.

David Feherty on 6/22/2013 at 9:54 pm

I’m from Ireland and I’m getting sick of this “you Irish drink yourselves to death” thing. The truth is, you Irish haven’t been dying at an alarming rate for the last 10-20 years. That’s the thing that’s ironic, the Irish drink themselves to death, but no one has died. They spend more on drinks than anyone else in the world, they just move to the next bar or drink more than is acceptable.

The Irish have invented whiskey, the most consumed spirit in the world. That should say a lot about it. If we’re drinking so much of it, how can we be dying at an alarming rate?

Your the biggest barkeeper in the world, how did that happen?

It’s true though, you’re not dying. You’re just having more mass-produced, mass-marketed alcohol. You’re not the only ones though.

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Hi again,i’m a newbie on this forum,because my English isn’t that good.I’ve a problem with this software. I’ve update it to work with windows 7,but the software doesn’t work correctly because I have access to the network drives from the remote computer.I mean,when I choose the exportation task,there are no option to share the remote network computer’s folders.

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