> Hello Bionet News Readers:
Just as pointer to another source I do know of and to make
sure that you do not take all the trouble to do something that might
already be out there.
There is a organization called QUANTUM CHEMISTRY PROGRAM
EXCHANGE from Indiana University. They regularly bring out a
QCPE bulletin listing all the software etc.,, My aplogies if
my breadth of knowledge about this is limited or wrong.
May be you can contact them at QCPE Creative Arts Bldg 181
Indiana University, Bloomington IN 47405
Tel: 812) 855-5539
email: countsr at iubacs
Dr. Richard Counts is the Director.
bsh at med.pitt.edu
> I am in the process of reviewing a book that is, more-or-less, a
> catalog of software for chemists. It lists basic functions and
> suitable platforms, vendors (or academic authors), and good contact
> information including fax and e-mail. At first blush this appears a
> useful resource, however, with the rapid turnover of software
> encountered it seems that this information would best be published in
> electronic format. I am unaware of such a source, so if any readers
> know of such a well out on the net please respond by e-mail
> <bobrej at uacsc1.albany.edu>. The group bionet.software.sources has the
> right name but I have not noticed much activity there.
>> I am new to this list, as well as Usenet News in general, so apologies
> in advance if this is not an appropriate request here. If it is and
> there is sufficient interest I will post results. Thanks in advance.