I’ve reported previously on how Microsoft have started to use the ChemSpider web services and have hooked them into InfoMesa. Sam has used our services to add in a Search capability to return the InChI, InChIKey, Smiles, and a URL Link to Chemspider based on a search of a trade name, SMILES, etc. He’s also using the ability to return the chemical structure image. I’ll let the image on his blog tell the story more fully.

Stumble it!

2 Responses to “Microsoft Advance the ChemSpider Web Services Integration with Infomesa”

  1. Joerg Kurt Wegner says:

    I thought about blogging this, because I like ‘business intelligence’ topics, but I could not found reliable InfoMesa information. Is this really an established tool/service or just a pre-alpha prototype?
    Anyway, please post any updates on this, the direction looks good, but the actually available information does not lead to anything. So, looking forward for more to come.

  2. Antony Williams says:

    Joerg…you might want to check out Sam’s earlier post here: http://sambbiblog.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!794708049C7AE9C2!1193.entry

    I have not put my hands on Infomesa but hope to see it upfront and live sometime soon. It’s like a giant whiteboard for working with files as best as I can tell.

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