Intuitive applications and API for chemical sketching, visualization and data exploration
- Chemical Drawing
- Powerful and fast sketching of molecules, queries and reactions.
- Property prediction
- Characterizing molecules directly on the canvas.
- Switch chemical file types
- Robust conversion between all popular chemical file types.
- Ease of visualization
- Visualizing attractive 2D & 3D structures accurately.
What’s in the box?
Marvin JS is a novel light-weight chemical editor suitable for generating standard chemical structures and simple queries on modern web browser pages without the need for installing Java. It provides all the essential features for quick and easy structure drawing as well as flexible editing options for molecular manipulations. Learn more about Marvin JS »
MarvinSketch is an advanced chemical editor for drawing chemical structures, queries and reactions. It has a rich (and growing) list of editing features, is chemically aware and is able to call ChemAxon’s structure based calculation plugins for structures on the canvas. Learn more about MarvinSketch »
MarvinView is an advanced chemical viewer for single and multiple chemical structures, queries, reactions and non chemical data included in the file. MarvinView allows easy scrolling of thousands of molecules either in a grid view or in a spreadsheet view. In addition to the support of reporting and publishing MarvinView also enables users to perform structure calculations. Learn more about MarvinView »
Drug discovery processes increasingly involve remote research partners, such as CROs, consultants, or off-site colleagues. Circulating ideas within project teams becomes therefore more and more cumbersome with regular tools. Marvin Live is built for today’s project and design meetings. Learn more about Marvin Live »
Chemical feature parade in Marvin
What flavors can I get that in?
Marvin can be easily installed on most operating systems (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X) on either 32-bit or 64-bit platforms, and seamlessly integrates into web pages and third party applications via its Application Programming Interface (API) and Web Services.
Marvin is available in the following distributions:
Implement into Java enabled web pages.
Install on your desktop or implement in your custom application.
Java Web Start
Deploy end user applications via the web.
Native integration within .NET applications.
Use Marvin functionality in your browser without Java.