Bioclipse 2.6 released

The Bioclipse team is proud to announce the release of Bioclipse version 2.6. The release contains new Decision Support models (such as for ChEMBL and Chemspider), the latest CDK with e.g. improved aromaticity detection, and Bioclipse-R (including R-models for DS), improved core stability based on Eclipse 3.8 and support for Java 1.7, new installation processes for Windows and Mac OS X, and numerous bug fixes.

Bioclipse 2.6 is available for Mac OS X, Linux, and Windows and can be downloaded from Sourceforge. A getting started guide is also available.

Thanks to everyone who has contributed to this version.

// The Bioclipse team


Bioclipse 2.6.0 Release Candidate is out

The Bioclipse team is proud to announce a release candidate for Bioclipse with version 2.6.0.RC1.
We kindly ask from the community to put Bioclipse to the test and report bugs at http://bugs.bioclipse.net.

Download Bioclipse 2.6.0.RC1.
A getting-started guide is available.

Summarizing what's new (in no particular order):

  • New Decision Support models (e.g. chemspider, daphnia, herg, opentox, SmartCyp)
  • Bioclipse-R, including R-models for DS
  • New online updates/installation
  • New user interface for downloading data and predictive models
  • Installer for Windows and Mac OS X
  • CDK version 1.4.15 including e.g. better double bond localization, more atom types, and speed improvements.
  • InChI (jni-inchi 0.8) supporting InChI v 1.0.3 (both standard and non-standard InChI).
  • Improved core stability (Eclipse 3.8)
  • Nightly build with Hudson and new provisioning system p2
  • Numerous bug fixes