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PyMOL is open source software that is supported by its users! You can download and install it for free. If you are a paid subscriber you get all the new features in a simple installable program, and support from Schrödinger. If you aren't a paid subscriber you can download the source code for free, build the software and still access the newest features -- for free! Your other option as a free-users is to download the older legacy binaries (not recommended).

If you like it, use it or publish with it -- support it!

Help For...

Everyone

Please read the following to learn how to edit existing pages and create new pages:

Students

Getting PyMOL

Students get free access to the newest PyMOL programs; all you have to do is register. If you're venturesome, you can get the SVN code from PyMOL on SourceForge.

Learning PyMOL

We have information on the wiki at the tutorials category page. We are actively developing content for various users; please feel free to surf around the PyMOLWiki.

Academics

Getting PyMOL

Academics can compile their own binaries or pay a minimal fee and get access to the newest binaries.

Learning PyMOL

We have information on the wiki at the tutorials category page. And, as a paid subscriber you get more and better support from Schrödinger. Also, we are actively developing content for various users; please feel free to surf around the PyMOLWiki.

Industry

Getting PyMOL

Users in industry are also welcome! You can get the same access as academics to the older binaries, or get industrial-strength access to new binaries.

Learning PyMOL

We have information on the wiki at the tutorials category page. And, as a paid subscriber you get more and better support from Schrödinger. We are actively developing content for various users; please feel free to surf around the PyMOLWiki.

New PyMOL Users

We have the beginnings of a basic tutorial at Practical PyMOL for Beginners.

Advanced PyMOL Users

Nearly all of the PyMOL commands and API are documented on this site. Feel free to look around. PyMOL has over 600 settings! We would very much appreciate your experience in helping us document what you know!

Developers

You rock! Please add any relevant information to the site, or if you're looking for help, see Developers Area.

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