Cresset’s desktop applications give you an intuitive, visually rich environment in which to use our science to progress your projects. We design our graphical user interfaces to be both intuitive and powerful. Wizards are available to setup and run routine experiments while the advanced users can delve into the heart of the scoring functions to change key experimental parameters. Parallel processing brings all the power of modern multi-cpu computers to your fingertips, and most of our applications can use remote calculation engines for unbridled speed. Stunning graphics make analyzing and communicating your results to team members and customers quick and simple.
Command line binaries give you the ultimate flexibility to deploy Cresset’s unique science in the way that fits with your work and your systems. Build Cresset’s Field tools into larger workflows and scripts, deploy standard experiments across project teams or use our cutting-edge science in an automated process. Simple, standardized switches enable you to precisely tailor the calculation to meet the demands of your experiment. Detailed documentation in PDF and Linux ‘man’ page formats provide both background knowledge and detailed description of the functionality needed to rapidly create your perfect process.
Pipeline Pilot Protocols
Cresset supplies a suite of Pipeline Pilot protocols that wrap sparkV10, torchv10, XedeX and XedMin command lines. The protocols can be used in Pipeline Pilot or plugged directly into Discovery Studio to enable seamless integration of Cresset’s science into a larger environment. Integration of the display of Cresset’s Field points within Discovery Studio enables you to interpret Field based results in situ. Additionally sparkV10 and torchV10 protocols create project files that can be read directly into the corresponding desktop application, enabling rapid communication of your results with colleagues and giving you access to the full power of Cresset’s intuitive graphical user interfaces.
Cresset supplies a suite of KNIME nodes that wrap torchV10, XedeX and XedMin command line binaries together with a node for torchV10lite that enables the viewing of results in 3D together with their associated Fields. The nodes are simple to configure and use, enabling rapid construction of complex chemoinformatic workflows or standard approaches for assessment of new molecule designs. Best of all the KNIME nodes are free (although you will need a valid license for the underlying program that you wish to run – licenses to torchV10lite and XedMin are also available for free).