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14. Extending Chemical Structure Search Capability using R and Open Source Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)
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- US Government's Open Data Projects - US Government's Open Data, https://www.data.gov/, could provide a lot of interesting projects. See comment below by Dr. Kim.
- eChemistry with Google Sheets and R or Python: Develop a library of eScience functions for chemists using Google Sheets and then use these to solve a chemical problem. Students will pick specific problems to solve that are related to their research and future interests. Contact Dr. Belford.
- PubChem, Chemical Inventories and Chemical Safety: The issues of chemical safety are ubiquitous, and this project seeks to finds ways to connect resources within pubchem to a chemical inventory, with an emphasis on safety. Contact Dr. Belford
- Linked Histogram and Data Visualization. Data Validation is one of the primary challenges for digital data literacy. Different databases can give different values for the same number. Maybe a histogram could be generated from a Google Sheet that extracts data from different databases, and then shows the spread of the values, with each bar being linked to the original source. Contact Dr. Belford
- MatLab Project?
- Optical Structure Recognition
- ChemWiki/LibreText cheminformatics Educational Tool
- Any Ideas??? Please contact Dr. Belford, email@example.com, and we will add them to this list.
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