The Blue Obelisk has brought together the computational chemistry community and those who are passionate about Open Chemistry and realizing the promise of Open Data, Open Standards, and Open Software (ODOSOS); the three pillars the group promotes. We will present current work that has taken place over the past five years, which is inspired by these pillars, and present plans for future work.
The group is actively engaged in multiple open source projects that rely on and promote open standards and open data including: Avogadro (a powerful 3D molecular editor), OpenQube (a library for quantum mechanics), ChemData (a tool for large-scale chemical data analysis and visualization), Chemkit (a library for cheminformatics), MoleQueue (a HPC queue manager), and VTK (a library for scientific data visualization). The Open Chemistry project benefits greatly from the activities of the Blue Obelisk and makes use of several prominent open-source projects including Qt and MongoDB.
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