Stunning high-performance molecular graphics for communicating structural results
An Industry Leader in 3D Molecular Visualization
Tens of thousands of scientists worldwide choose PyMOL to view, share, and analyze their molecular data. In addition to being lightweight and fast, PyMOL can create images of peerless visualization quality, while offering the flexibility of Python-based development and scalability. Competitively priced and available for academic, non-profit, government, and commercial applications, PyMOL leads the way in molecular visualization.
Created by Scientists for Scientists
Contemporary science is collaborative. To help scientists from different disciplines seamlessly work together, PyMOL interprets over 30 different file formats and its own format is supported on Windows, Mac, Linux, and iPad. With AxPyMOL users can insert fully interactive molecular data into their presentations making it easy to share results and concepts that a simple 2D figure cannot. Affirming it’s high-regard among scientists, PyMOL-generated images have graced countless covers of top-tier journals.
Create 3D Images and Movies with Ease
Complex visualization tasks that previously required expert knowledge now only require a few mouse clicks. PyMOL's straightforward graphical user interface allows first-time and expert users alike to create stunning 3D visualizations from their favorite file formats. Users can quickly and easily create movies that fly through a molecular landscape, elegantly depict protein structure morphing, and animate ensembles and trajectories.
First Class Support, First Class Community
The PyMOL support team offers technical support, printed tutorials, and screencasts for commercial users. For those who prefer to learn from an expert instead, classroom-style training is available worldwide. PyMOL also has over 100,000 active users with community-sponsored support available on the popular PyMOLWiki and pymol-users email list.
Ready for Enterprise Visualization
JyMOL offers developers the ability to add the familiar PyMOL look-and-feel inside web browsers and Java-based applications. Contact us for more details.
Citations and Acknowledgements
For instructions on citing PyMOL, please visit www.pymol.org/citing.