I've been putting off doing any updates until I finished a substantial piece of work, but now I have time so wish me luck.
conda update -n root conda conda update --all
The Molecular Design Toolkit is an open source environment that aims to seamlessly integrated molecular simulation, visualization and cloud computing. It offers access to a large and still-growing set of computational modelling methods with a science-focused Python API, that can be easily installed using PIP. It is ideal for building into a Jupyter notebook. The API is designed to handle both small molecules and large bimolecular structures, molecular mechanics and QM calculations.
There are a series of Youtube videos describing some of the functionality in more details, starting with this introduction.
I’ve recently needed to set up a new Mac and I realised that the current installation process for all the applications, tools, chemistry toolboxes, and associated dependencies was unmanageable. I have a mixture of apps that I have compiled myself, others that I have simply used the precompiled binaries, others from Macports etc.
I decided to write a detailed account of the process of installing a number of toolkits and packages using Homebrew and PIP.
You can read the full account here in the hints and tutorials.
I’d be delighted to hear of any comments or suggestions for addition.