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- Created 2012-03-25
The open source project
consists of the versatile
class framework BALL (Biochemical Algorithms Library), a library of algorithms and data structures targeting
interface to this library and the open source graphical interface to BALL, the molecular viewer
(also open source).
The library BALL is supplemented with a Python interface for scripting functionality.
In addition, BALL offers command line utilities.
BALL has been ported to the operating systems
as well as
. BALL has evolved from a commercial product
into a free-of-charge, open source software licensed under the
GNU Lesser General Public License
Its molecular viewer BALLView is developed by the ball project team as well and allows for the three-dimensional visualization as well as direct application of the algorithms of the BALL library via its graphical user interface.
and the real-time ray tracer RTFact as
render back ends
For both, BALLView offers stereoscopic visualization in several different modes.
BALLView is a C++ application of BALL and is available under the
license for Linux,
The BALL project is developed and maintained by groups at
University of Tübingen
Both the library and the viewer are heavily used for education and research alike. BALL packages have been made available in the
project in April 2010.
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