Download R from the Comprehensive R Archive Network (CRAN). Start up R, then use these commands to install and load the package and run the examples from the documentation.install.packages("CHNOSZ")
|download||Download CHNOSZ, and get other files ( news faq pdf refs )|
|examples||Output from examples (including figures)|
|demos||Demos (longer examples, with figures)|
|vignettes||Package vignettes ("Regressing thermodynamic data" added in version 1.0.8-2 )|
CHNOSZ is on R-Forge. Updates to the package will be made there before being posted to this website or to CRAN. Get the latest development version using:install.packages("CHNOSZ", repos="http://R-Forge.R-project.org")
canprot (available on GitHub) is a new package that combines proteomic data with computations using CHNOSZ to assess changes in oxidation and hydration state associated with the differential expression of proteins in cancer. Here you can browse the help files and vignettes.
|anim||Animations of equilibrium activity diagrams|
|transfer||Reaction path calculations in CHNOSZ|
CHNOSZ is free software licensed under the GPL.
The maintainer of this package is Jeffrey Dick. Please contact me at email@example.com.
Work on this project through 2008 was supported by research grants from the U.S. National Science Foundation and Department of Energy. In 2009-2011, this material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. EAR-0847616.
To cite CHNOSZ, use this reference: Dick, 2008. The thermodynamic database represents the work of many different authors. If you publish results of calculations using any of these data, please cite the primary data sources! For a list of references, use the browse.refs() function in the package, or access the table of references here.