The Purdue Libraries provide a campus-wide license for ChemOffice Professional (which includes ChemDraw). This means anyone at Purdue, whether faculty, staff, or student, can legally download their own personal copy of ChemOffice Professional and install it on their machine, at work and at home. Here are the steps for downloading and installing the latest software:
Purdue has access to Signals Notebook (Individual Edition) via our subscription to ChemOffice. You will need to create an account using the instructions above before you can access Signals.
To enable access to Signals:
MestRe Nova is a software package used for NMR data processing, simulation and analysis. It features 1D and 2D processing and analysis capabilities. It also includes a GC/MS module and an NMR Prediction module.
The Purdue Libraries has a campus license for MestRe Nova for Purdue faculty, staff, and students, who have a legitimate use.
To install and activate MestRe Nova, please follow these directions:
For MestRe Nova support, consult the following links:
Purdue University has obtained a site license for use of the molecular graphics program PyMOL.
You may download the software via a link on the following page: http://pymol.org/dsc/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=start
You will also need a copy of the license file to activate PyMol. It should also be linked from the download page, under "Existing Users."
Note: You must access this page from a computer on the Purdue network (wired or wifi). The Purdue VPN is no longer an option for this. Extensive documentation, tutorials, cheat sheets, and support can also be found at the above page.