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gabedit(1) [debian man page]

GABEDIT(1)							    User Manual 							GABEDIT(1)

gabedit - graphical user interface (GUI) to computational chemistry packages SYNOPSIS
gabedit [filename] DESCRIPTION
gabedit is a graphical user interface (GUI) to computational chemistry (Ab Initio) packages like: GAMESS-US, Gaussian, Molcas, Molpro, MPQC, Q-Chem, that can help to generate keywords and options, molecule specifications and the input sections for even the most advanced calculation types. Included is an advanced "Molecule Builder" to rapidly sketch in molecules and examine them in three dimensions. It can further display a variety calculation results (molecular orbitals; surfaces from the electron density, electrostatic potential, NMR shielding density; IR and Raman computed spectra; ...). Most major molecular file formats are supported. Exporting of a variety of file formats, like Poyray, BMP, JPEG, PNG, PPM and PS, is available. Even a series of pictures for animation (vibration, geometry convergence, rotation, contours, planes color-coded) can be automatically generated. OPTIONS
There are no command line options to use. SEE ALSO
mpqc(1) Documentation (manual and tutorials) is available online at the projects homepage at AUTHORS
Abdul-Rahman Allouche <> Program author. Daniel Leidert <> Man-page author for the Debian system. gabedit 01/2009 GABEDIT(1)

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GSPECTRUM(1)						       gnome-chemistry-utils						      GSPECTRUM(1)

gspectrum - a small spectrum viewer application SYNOPSIS
gspectrum [OPTION(S)...] [FILE...] DESCRIPTION
gspectrum is a simple spectrum visualizer. It is only able to display files in the JCAMP-DX format. OPTIONS
The following options are accepted: -?, --help Show application help options. --help-all, --help-* Print all or just a group of help options. These options are not documented here. Instead see gtk-options(7) and gnome-options(7). -v, --version Print gspectrum version information. SEE ALSO
gnome-options(7), gtk-options(7) AUTHORS
Jean Brefort <> Program author. Daniel Leidert <> Manpage author. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2002-2007 Jean Brefort Copyright (C) 2004-2007 Daniel Leidert Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. gcu 0.12 $Date: 2009-03-19 10:53:47 +0100 (jeu. 19 mars 2009) $ GSPECTRUM(1)

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