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Re: Finding nemo.dic



On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 2:50 PM, Brian McMahon <bm@iucr.org> wrote:
Dear Colleagues

I try to manage the "official" CIF dictionaries in an orderly way,
in part through maintenance of the CIF dictionary register
  ftp://ftp.iucr.org/pub/cifdics/cifdic.register
...
 
 
##############################################################################
# Private dictionaries maintained by third parties but with archival copies  #
# available through the IUCr                                                 #
##############################################################################
 cif_nemo.dic   .   1.4.1  .     .
     http://www.nemo.com/cif/dictionary/cif_nemo.dic
     'Items used by the NEMO software package'
 cif_nemo.dic   1.0   1.4.1  .     2010-12-25
     ftp://ftp.iucr.org/pub/cifdics/extras/cif_nemo.1.0.dic
     'Items used by the NEMO software package'

 
This looks like a good way to go - its' essentially creating URIs in a slightly different syntax. We are trying to do something very similar in computational chemistry and any lead from IUCr/CIF will be very powerful.

P.


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University of Cambridge
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