JME Molecular Editor is a Java applet which allows to draw / edit molecules and reactions and to display molecules directly within an HTML page. Editor can generate SMILES or MDL mol file of created molecules.
This distribution contains the JME.jar (the actual executable) and several support files :
index.html - this file
jme.html - brief overview of JME capabilities
jme_installation.html - installation instructions
jme_instructions.html - basic instructions how to use JME
jme_functions.html - description of editor's public functions
jme_example1.html, jme_example2.html, jme_example3.html and jme_example4.html - four example files
Additional information about JME may be found at the JME Home Page kindly provided by Molinspiration Cheminformatics.
I am maintaing also a list of interesting web services that use the JME editor. You may use these sites as an inspiration when implementing the JME.
When you are using the editor, please cite it as:
Peter Ertl, Molecular Structure Input on the Web, Journal of Cheminformatics 2:1 (2010) (open access article)
Help to improve JME by suggestions and bug reports !
Novartis is providing the editor for free, but you have to fulfill the license conditions given below.
The JMEMolecularEditor© is a computer software to
which Novartis AG has the exclusive copyright. Installation
of the JMEMolecularEditor© by any user shall only be permitted when
user accepts and agrees to give proper credit to Novartis
AG, including naming the author of the JMEMolecularEditor©, Peter
Ertl, and Novartis AG, by displaying the following HTML code below the JME area
JME Editor courtesy of Peter Ertl, Novartis
as shown in this example.
User shall install and/or use the JMEMolecularEditor© only to draw and edit chemical structures as input to his chemical information and modeling systems, and user shall in no event decompile or otherwise disassemble the JMEMolecularEditor©.
Installation and use of the JMEMolecularEditor© shall only be permitted when user accepts and agrees