The Blue Obelisk Data Repository’s 10 release

The Blue Obelisk Data Repository’s 10 release by Egon Willighagen.

From the post:

The Blue Obelisk Data Repository (BODR) is not so high profile as other Blue Obelisk projects, but equally important. Well, maybe a tid bit more important: it’s a collection of core chemical and physical data, supporting computation chemistry and cheminformatics resources. For example, it is used by at least the CDK, Kalzium, and Bioclipse, but possibly more. Also, it’s packages for major Linux distributions, such as Debian (btw, congrats to their 20th birthday!) and Ubuntu.

It doesn’t change so often, but just has seen its 10th release. Actually, it was the first release in more than three years. But, fortunately, core chemical facts do not change often, nor much. So, this release has a number of data fixes, a few recent experimental isotope measurements, and also includes the new official names of the livermorium and flerovium elements. There is a full overview of changes.

Excellent!

If this is one of the lesser known Blue Obelisk projects, I have to take a look at the other ones!

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