These self-guided workshops are tutorials intended to guide you through the use of various tools included with the free version of Mercury as well as our online Access and Deposition services.
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This is a self-guided workshop demonstrating the use of Mercury to create quality graphics of your structures.
Prerequisites: None, but see note below
Workshop code: MER-001
Note: This handout is also part of the CSDU module Visualization 101 – Visualizing structural chemistry data with Mercury. Visit the module webpage for more demos, tricks and tips! Upon completion of the module, you can also earn a completion certificate.
Measuring and Calculating Objects in Mercury
This is a self-guided workshop on how to measure distances, angles and torsions and how to calculate centroids and planes in Mercury.
Prerequisites: Basic Mercury knowledge (see MER-001 or try the CSDU module Visualization 101 – Visualizing structural chemistry data with Mercury)
Workshop code: MER-005
This is a self-guided workshop demonstrating the use of our free online Access Structures services for conducting searches, viewing results in the 3D viewer, exploring links to other databases and downloading structures.
Workshop code: WCSD-001
This is a self-guided workshop demonstrating the use of our free online structure deposition service. This workshop will guide you through registering for a CCDC account, depositing files and the review process before submitting your data.
Workshop code: DEP-001