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Molecular Graphics on the IBM® PC Microcomputer is a five-chapter manual that introduces the PC MODEL computer package and provides step-by-step instructions for using it. The PCMODEL is a program to draw and manipulate molecules in graphic form using the IBM® PC, PC/XT, PC/AT, PCjr, and true compatible personal computers. This package has a multitude of applications, including the study of conformations of organic molecules and the organization of organic and inorganic crystal lattices. This manual is organized into two sections, namely, the tutorial and reference parts. The first section is highly tutorial in nature because this is where one will need it most, whereas the later section is much less so because one will then be more in need of detailed reference material. This book will be of value to organic chemists and researchers.
Creating A Working Diskette
Computers with Two Disk Drives
Computers with One Disk Drive
Computers with Fixed Disks
Using The PCMODEL Program
Examining the Files on the Program Disk
Starting the PCMODEL Program
A Note Regarding Program Operation
Data File Conventions
The Display Screen
The Display Window
The Communication Line
The Command List
The HELP Command (H)
The CATALOG Command (F10)
The CONFIGURE Command (F9)
The CIRCLES Command (F3)
Entering Data From The Keyboard
General Information and Command Structure Example
Add File (A)
Get Coordinates (G)
Invert Image (I)
Printer Form Feed (F6)
Printer Line Feed (F5)
Print Screen (Shift-PrtSc)
Unconditional Return (F1)
X-Ray Coordinate Conversion (X)
Sample Data Files
Appendix A: Messages And Prompts
Appendix B: How PCMODEL Handles Coordinate Data
Appendix C: Interfacing Data Entry Devices
Appendix D: Advanced Applications
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- © Academic Press 1985
- 1st January 1985
- Academic Press
- eBook ISBN:
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