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In many research disciplines, including chemical informatics, open software is successfully challenging the age old paradigm of proprietary vendor software. Not only is this good for research vitality, but there are also avenues through which open source development can be lucrative and rewarding for developers themselves! This presentation discusses the open source philosophy and provides suggestions of useful open source tools covering nearly every practical aspect of chemical informatics.
Two important notes: the original presentation included practical applications that have been deleted to honor client confidentiality. Secondly, more details regarding key open source tools are being published periodically on my Tumblr and WordPress blogs: