The Spartan Graphical User Interface. A single, integrated, easy-to-use GUI. In little time, one can build/import/and augment molecules and systems, run molecular mechanics and quantum chemical calculations, and analyze results with Spartan graphics, property dialogs, integrated spreadsheets, data and spectra plots, and text output. Completely re-imagined for Spartan'14, fully supported for touch devices.

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Build/Import/Export/Embed
  New Sketch Builder
Borrowing from iSpartan, a brand new 2D building panel for easy construction of organic molecules.
     
  Organic Accesses a builder for common organic fragments (e.g., "sp3 carbon"), functional groups and rings for easy construction of organic molecules.
     
  Inorganic Extends building throughout the entire Periodic Table. Includes groups, rings and a library of common ligands.
     
  Peptide Accesses a builder with amino acids for construction of polypeptides as helices, sheets or in user-defined conformations.
     
  Nucleotide Accesses a builder of nucleotide bases for construction of single or double stranded DNA or RNA as A or B helices or in user-defined conformations.
     
  Substituent For generating groups of substituted molecules and virtual libraries.
     
  2D Building Seamless access to 2-D building via ChemDraw (must be licensed separately from CambridgeSoft). Requires ChemDraw 10 or later. Windows only
     
  Custom Access an included (and customizable) library of additional functional groups, rings and ligands.
     
  Clipboard Access to any molecule or molecular fragment which has previously been constructed.
     
  Import Spartan, SYBYL MOL and MOL2, PDB, MacroModel, smiles, XYZ, SDF, TGF, SKC, CIF, CDX, and JCAMP files.
     
  Export Spartan, SYBYL MOL and MOL2, PDB, MacroModel, smiles, and XYZ molecule files, graphics as JPG, PNG, BMP files, and animations, and Spectra as JCAMP files.
     
  Embed Spartan can embed external files (Word, Excel, PDF, JCAMP, etc.) into native Spartan files for improved organization of molecular data.