Rich Apodaca is using our services and, being Rich (and I mean that in a GOOD way!) he is being more demanding. He comments as shown below:


What is feasible at present? Here are some URLs …try them out,31)28-12-10-26(3)11-13-28;7-3(8)1-6(13,5(11)12)2-4(9)10/h8-9,14H,5-7,10-13H2,1-4H3,(H,23,24,29);13H,1-2H2,(H,7,8)(H,9,10)(H,11,12)

Rich provides an example of a developer wanting to utilize the services in a certain outlined below….


We’re doing what we can to satiate those needs… Rich, it’s nice to be appreciated. Thanks!

Stumble it!

5 Responses to “Helping the Cheminformatics Community Through Our Web Services”

  1. Helping the Cheminformatics Community Through Our Web Services says:

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  2. Egon Willighagen says:

    My hands are itching… let’s get going…

    I have set up preliminary supporting Class’s and Property’s for this kind of work for Strigi [1]. We can have this set up in a couple of days…

  3. Rich Apodaca says:

    Me… demanding? What ever gave you that idea? :-)

    Actually, this is great stuff.


    I’m not sure this fits w/ ChemSpider’s goals, so feel free to say so… I”d still like the url:

    and the others like it to point to the compound summary page – not to a query results page. If the encoded InChIKey is not on CS, then a 404 would be returned.

    Then, nesting CS resources (images, links, molfiles, etc.) for a molecule under it’s InChIKey URL would make it trivial to program ChemSpider.

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  5. Egon Willighagen says:

    What about ?

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