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Dotmatics has released the latest version of Vortex, the company’s premium data analysis and visualisation tool, designed for scientists working in the areas of chemistry, biology and engineering. In addition to enabling users to load datasets with millions of data points, create high-quality graphs and produce visualisations ready for presentation or publication, Vortex can consume data from Browser, Dotmatics’ data query and federation platform.

This latest version integrates OpenAstexViewer and provides scientists with the ability to visualise chemical structures and ligand complexes in 3D and 2D. Data can now be explored using surface and contour plotting techniques, while Vortex’s comprehensive set of plots and calculations can be augmented via Python scripting. In addition, a new internal webserver allows many external applications, such as MOE or PyMol, to interact directly with Vortex.