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ChemAxon's Plexus Suite is a web-based software package incorporating ChemAxon's industry-leading chemistry capabilities to access, display, search and analyze scientific data. 

Plexus Suite aims to provide a wide range of solutions from the registration process, through virtual library design and text mining to data analysis and database management. It is a versatile system suitable to the workflows of organizations ranging from small biotech start-ups to large pharmaceutical companies.

Plexus Suite has a modular and configurable, web services based architecture, which can be deployed through thin client shared services across your organisation and external collaboration partners.


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Plexus Suite consists of various tools. Each of these tools adds specific knowledge to the major display and query tool, Plexus Connect. Currently, three tools are released: Plexus Connect, Plexus Design and Plexus Mining. 

  1. Plexus Connect is the discovery user interface of the suite to access, display and query scientific data. It provides multi-user web access to browse in your data set organized either in tables or in custom designed forms which are particularly useful in the case of complex relational databases. With Connect, you can browse, sort and search chemical structures as well as alphanumeric data, build and save queries and search hits as lists.
     
  2. Plexus Design is the virtual library design solution of Plexus Suite. Synthetically feasible virtual compound libraries can be created in a few steps via scaffold based and reaction based enumeration. Plexus Design features a number of physicochemical properties characterizing molecules to help understand libraries you create
     
  3. Plexus Mining is a unique data mining solution supporting with chemically intelligent search. It features ChemAxon's mature naming technology, which supports extraction of chemical information, such as names in various formats, embedded structures etc. from any kind of documents.
     
  4. Plexus Analysis is a web-based data analysis and visualization application for life science industries. It supports some of the most important charts types, i.e., histograms and scatter plots and it is able to handle very large data sets dynamically in a web browser. Plexus Analysis can receive data from Plexus Connect tables, from files and through its web service interface it can be called from other external applications as well.
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