JChem for Office Tutorial Videos

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JChem for Office

We have launched a tutorial video series about the most common questions that come up while using JChem for Office. JChem for Office is a ChemAxon add-in, that equips your Office with robust chemistry handling. All episodes start with the tab in your Excel ribbon, called JChem, showing some basic tips and tricks, along with thorough explanation of some more complicated use cases, we hope to ease your work and save time while handling your chemical data in Microsoft Office environment. Watch the JChem for Office Tutorials in a playlist on YouTube:

1. How to download the JChem for Office add-in from the ChemAxon website & install it for Microsoft Office: watch video

In the first step of the tutorial series, you learn to log in, choose the right MS Office bit version, install the software, choose the right components, and make it available for users on your computer. You will figure out how to make sure JChem for Office doesn't clash with other add-ins, and a quick overview of the functions in Excel.

2. How to add a new structure in Excel in JChem for Office: watch video

In this episode, add new structures to Excel cells and change a few structure display settings. An overview of the "JChem" tab in Excel, adding new structures to Excel cells with the embedded Marvin sketch application and changing a few structure display settings.

3. How to import multiple chemical structures into an Excel spreadsheet: watch video

In this episode, import multiple chemical structures into an Excel spreadsheet - with the help of JChem for Office. Finding the "Import" function in the "JChem" tab, step-by-step process of the file import (with Data Placement, Append and Header creation). How to select the fields to be imported within the file, default options and how to change them. We also preview a finished import.

4.How to insert different JChem functions to your worksheet in Microsoft Excel: watch video

In this episode, insert different JChem functions to a worksheet in Microsoft Excel. Adding a structure object by name, and by drawing. Calculating monoisotopic mass, finding the insert functions field, morphology of functions. We navigate the list of functions available and test the autocomplete feature.

5.How to use JChem for Excel functions and calculate physico-chemical properties: watch video

In this episode, do calculations based on different input values; IUPAC name, CAS Registry Number, SMILES strings, and a traditional name, inserted into a LogD-pH chart. Using the JCLogD function to calcualte for individual cells and table range. Creating scatter plot graph for table.

6.How to use structure based filters with JChem for Office: watch video

In this episode, learn to use structure based filters. It includes an overview of the filter feature, substructure search steps with structural specifications (import, name based or MarvinSketch for instance), and applicable rules. It shows how to highlight matching and non-matching substructures, as well as rotating for better alignment and cleaning them.

7.How to export from Excel to a number of file types relevant in most cheminformatic workflows: watch video

In this episode, export from Excel to a number of filetypes relevant in most cheminformatic workflows. Share data outside of Excel, or submit it to another application, with a variety of filetypes as an input. It includes instructions on how to export different data sets, the entire worksheet or particulr tab into a variety of destination formats, including ChemAxon MRV format, Daylight Smiles, and Structure Data File, with V3000 format supported.

8.How to enumerate the products of a two-component reaction within JChem for Excel: watch video

Enumerate the products of a two-component reaction within JChem for Excel.

9.How to detect structural alerts in molecules: watch video

In this episode you will learn to check whether your molecules contain certain substructural units, to make sure, for example, that your compounds are free of any structural alerts, which may indicate toxic behavior.