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Polymers Modeling Library

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Polymers Modeling Library

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The library is implemented entirely in Rust, including the Python API. The Julia API calls the Rust library.


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The library can be installed as a Python package:

pip install polymers

If Rust is installed, the latest edition of the library can be installed from the GitHub repository:

git clone
cd Polymers/
pip install maturin
maturin build --features python
pip install target/wheels/*.whl


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The latest edition of the library can be installed as a Julia package:

using Pkg


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The library can be used in an existing Rust project by adding the polymers crate to Cargo.toml:

polymers = "*"

To use the latest edition of the library, add the GitHub repository to Cargo.toml:

regex = { git = "" }



Michael R. Buche. Polymers Modeling Library. Zenodo (2023).



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