OmniViz and ChemAxon extend agreement

OmniViz and ChemAxon are to continue to provide ChemAxon’s Marvin chemical visualisation suite within OmniViz’s Titanium data visualisation and analysis product. In addition, OmniViz is integrating the latest MarvinView 4.4 release into the next version of its software.

The OmniViz Titanium product provides visualisations designed to answer fundamental questions about data. The chemical structure visualisation allows researchers to understand and work directly with chemical structures. Through implementation of the latest version users will be able to work with more structure and image file formats, including the InChI file format.

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