Applications:

For end-users, the SBL provides binary programs that can be run from the command-line. To ease the process of using them, the SBL also provides plugins for the most popular molecular visualization tools: Visual Molecular Dynamics (VMD) and PyMOL. The SBL also provides Jupyter Notebook files for each Application, available from each User Manual. See Applications: Work Packages and Installation from Pre-compiled Static Programs for more details.

Platform specific auto-install scripts

For MacOS and Linux 64 bits

Direct Access


Space Filling Models

Molecular surfaces, volumes and packing
Finding interfaces
Dissecting interfaces
Notebook
Notebook
Notebook
Designing coarse grain models
Shelling diagrams: encoding
Shelling diagrams: comparison

Conformational Analysis

Landscape explorer
Conformational ensemble analysis
Conformational ensembles comparison
Notebook
Notebook
Notebook
Transition graphs
Energy landscape analysis
Energy landscapes comparison
Notebook
Notebook
Notebook
Molecular distances flexible
Structural motifs
Notebook
Notebook

Large Assemblies

Connectivity inference

Integrated Analysis

Binding affinity prediction
FunChaT

Data Management

XML data parsing and analysis
Managing multiple runs
Notebook
Notebook

Data Analysis

Density difference based clustering

Toolbox

Structural alignments
Clustering
3D Rigid registration
Notebook
Morse theory for landscapes
Optimal transportation for graphs
Molecular distances
D Family matching
Protein representation
Iterative alignment
Notebook