This is the primary home and download site for the Jmol Tutorial-Authoring Template (JTAT), which was released in , and updated in Jmol Tutorial. Jmol is a free open source applet developed by the people at www. for the interactive display of molecules in web browsers. No plugins. Tutorial for using Jmol with course pages in Biochemistry I ( & ) at Carnegie Mellon University.
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Those known to me are listed below. Org This is a wiki as in Wikipediameaning that imol can add text and molecular scenes in Jmol to this website. Here you can create customized molecular scenes, which will be online immediately.
Editing wiki text is easier than HTML. The ease of creating molecular structure tutorials here, and their immediate accessibility online, are the great strengths of Proteopedia.
Your tutorials can be protected from editing by others if you wish. Limitations compared to JTAT are: Advantages compared to JTAT: JTAT Download a template for building tutorials that will display in a web browser.
Insert molecular views with buttons and descriptions using a text editor. Supports multiple chapters and views comparing 2, 3, or 4 tuorial side by side with synchronization of mouse-directed rotations or zooms.
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Your tutorial will include a slider jmool zooming or slabbingspin toggle and centering buttons, umol that display only when requested, and “How To” put views in Powerpoint slides, etc. Extensive help and documentation, including HTML quick-reference. Considerably more challenging to use than Proteopedia, but you have more control and the product tutorial is more user friendly.
The tutorial must be uploaded to a server to provide online access, or the tutorial can be shown offline. JmolShell Download a tutorial-development environment to create tutorials that will display in a web browser. Jmol Application ‘s Export to Web Page: On the File menu of the Jmol application as distinct from the web browser mode is Export to Web Page.
Some knowledge of Jmol scripting language is helpful, but anything you can do from menus requires no scripting. At present there are two page formats: Page last modified on August 29,at Recent Changes All Admin.