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Molecular visualization in Jupyter (Package under development!).

Try it now:


Volumes from Cube Files


xyz files
Psi4 geometries
QCElemental molecules


  • git:
    git clone
    cd moly
    pip install .
  • pip:
    pip install moly
  • conda:
    coming soon!

  • Basic Geometry

Define a figure and add molecules to it.

import moly
fig = moly.Figure()
molecule = moly.Molecule.from_file("")
fig.add_molecule("caffeine", molecule)

  • Basic Layering

Geometries can be brought from different sources and be thrown in the same figure

#Molecules from QCArchive

import qcportal as ptl
client = ptl.FractalClient()

#Get molecule from QCArchive
ds = client.get_collection("ReactionDataset", "S22")
dimers = ds.get_molecules()
ammonia_dimer = dimers.loc['Ammonia Dimer', 'molecule'][0]

#Different surfaces are available. 
#Resolution can be increased if saving figure is desired. 
fig = moly.Figure(figsize=(800,800), surface="shiny")
fig.add_molecule("dimer", ammonia_dimer)
fig.add_molecule("bucky ball", moly.Molecue.from_file(""))


Copyright (c) 2020, VH Chavez


Project based on the Computational Molecular Science Python Cookiecutter version 1.1.
Victor H. Chavez was supported by a fellowship from The Molecular Sciences Software Institute under NSF grant OAC-1547580.

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