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Category:Resource:Daylight
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Definition <br /> Daylight provides enterprise <br /> Daylight provides enterprise-level cheminformatics software technologies to life science companies. Our superior chemistry, high performance, and open architecture have earned Daylight a reputation for delivering the state-of-the-art in chemical information processing since 1987.<br /> Daylight Chemical Information Systems, Inc. is a privately held company with corporate offices in Aliso Viejo, CA and research offices in Santa Fe, NM and Cambridge, England.<br /> Support<br /> At Daylight, support means a wide array of services that are designed to empower users to make the most of Daylight software. We offer detailed administration documentation and guides through this website. Our User Group Meetings allow in-depth exploration of our technology. And, of course, our support staff is available to assist you whenever the need occurs.<br /> Download - Downloading current releases as well as contributed code, system requirements, installation directions, and release information<br /> Reference Guides - List of available documentation such as programming guides and user manuals.<br /> Cheminformatics - List of additional general resources including introductory materials, theory manual, tutorials and user meeting archives.<br /> Sponsor.<br /> Daylight<br /> Sponsor.<br /> Daylight<br />
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Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 15 July 2014 17:19:01  +
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