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Vista 3.0 README ---------------About Vista 3.0 Vista 3.0 is accessed from within Mercury 2.3 and reads *.

c2m files output from ConQuest (select File, Export Entries as XML: Hit Fragments (XML)). This Beta-testing version will expire on 30 June 2010. Linux: Invocation: $CSDHOME/bin/cq -mercury /path/to/distribution/bin/mercury Alternatively you may start Mercury with a ConQuest hits file (*.c2m) as an argument, or from the file menu. You may wish to save ConQuest hits files from previous analysis in Mercury sessions. These are normally saved in $HOME/csds_data/searches/temp and are removed by subsequent invocations of ConQuest. Windows: You will find icons for ConQuest and Mercury on your desktop. After completing a search you can hit the button 'View in Mercury' to analyse using Vista3.0. Alternatively you can drop a ConQuest hits file (*.c2m) onto the Mercury icon. You may wish to save a ConQuest hits file from a search. These are written when ConQuest invokes the 'Analyse in Mercury' method. These files are normally saved in %HOME%\csds_data\searches\temp and will be removed by subsequent invocations of ConQuest. Conditions of Use: The Cambridge Structural Database System (CSD System) comprising all or some of the following: ConQuest, Quest, PreQuest, deCIFer, Mercury, (Mercury CSD and Mat erials module of Mercury), VISTA, Mogul, IsoStar, SuperStar, web accessible CSD tools and services, WebCSD, CSD Java sketcher, CSD data file, CSD-UNITY, CSD-MDL , CSD-SDfile, CSD data updates, sub files derived from the foregoing data files, documentation and command procedures, test versions of any existing or new prog ram, code, tool, data files, sub-files, documentation or command procedures whic h may be available from time to time (each individually a Component) is a databa se and copyright work belonging to the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (C CDC) and its licensors and all rights are protected. Use of the CSD System is pe rmitted solely in accordance with a valid Licence of Access Agreement and all Co mponents included are proprietary. When a Component is supplied independently of the CSD System its use is subject to the conditions of the separate licence. Al l persons accessing the CSD System or its Components should make themselves awar e of the conditions contained in the Licence of Access Agreement or the relevant licence. In particular: * The CSD System and its Components are licensed subject to a time limit f or use by a specified organisation at a specified location. * The CSD System and its Components are to be treated as confidential and may NOT be disclosed or re-distributed in any form, in whole or in part, to any third party. * Software or data derived from or developed using the CSD System may not be distributed without prior written approval of the CCDC. Such prior approval i

s also needed for joint projects between academic and for-profit organisations i nvolving use of the CSD System. Results may be published in the scientif ic literature. L.P. * No (UNITY is a product of +44-1223-336408 admin@ccdc. i ncluding the design of novel compounds. and MDL is a registered trademark of Elsevie r MDL) . void or unenforceabl e under governing law. * The CSD System and its Components may be used for scientific Licences may be obtained from: Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre 12 Union Road Cambridge CB2 1EZ United Kingdom Web: Telephone: Email: but each such publication must include an appropriate citation as indicated in the Schedule to the Licence of Access Agreement and on the CCDC we bsite. its servants or agent s. or liabilities are expressed or implied in the supply of the CSD System or its Components by CCDC. except where such exclusion or limitation is prohibited.