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What should I sketch for a similarity search?


The similarity search is based on a comparison of molecular fingerprints, so it is important to sketch a full molecule rather than a substructure. It is not crucial, however, to draw the hydrogens on your molecule because hydrogens are not included explicitly in the similarity calculation.​