As all users of ChemSpider know we are presently in beta release and are eager to receive feedback from users. Every month while we are in beta release we will recognize the person who has given us the best feedback and testing of ChemSpider searches and property prediction to allow us to improve our services.

In the past few weeks the best feedback that we have received to allow us to either improve our system or review the science behind the predictions has come from Peter Murray-Rust at the University of Cambridge who has provided feedback regarding ChemSpider issues around inorganic and organometallic complexes. His posts have been addressed in comments of two blog postings (1, 2) and we are presently working on comments from his latest post (3). We thank Peter for his feedback to improve ChemSpider. We look forward to his ongoing efforts to help us improve the ChemSpider System and Services. Thanks Peter

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3 Responses to “ChemSpider Announces Program to Recognize Tester of the Month – First Winner: Peter Murray Rust”

  1. ChemSpider Blog » Blog Archive » Is ChemSpider Dangerous for Students? says:

    [...] to Peter for his ongoing feedback regarding ChemSpider. So much so that we have voted Peter our “Tester of the Month”. The feedback is welcome. We’ve already fixed all the bugs…publishing the update to >10 [...]

  2. Unilever Centre for Molecular Informatics, Cambridge - petermr’s blog » Blog Archive » ChemZoo IS 2.0! AND I am Jester of the Month! says:

    [...] I have been appointed Jester to this community: ChemSpider Announces Program to Recognize Tester of the Month – First Winner: Peter Murray Rust [1] [...]

  3. ChemSpider News » Blog Archive » Announcing Tester of the Month - Second Winner: Barrie Walker says:

    [...] now we are continuing to acknowledge those users of ChemSpider contributing to the cleansing of the data in ChemSpider. This month we want to [...]

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