6.1. File menu
6.1.1. New Project
Create a new project.
The file structure of the created project is as follows. Renaming of each file/folder is not supported.
.wmpjdatafolder: a folder containing all the files in the project. Drag and drop this folder into Winmostar to open the project.
.wmpjfile: A file containing information about the project. Drag and drop this file into Winmostar to open the project.
temp.wmm: This file contains information on the molecular structure being edited.
index.ndx: the file where information on groups registered with is stored.
.wmps*file: the workflow configuration file used for this project.
work*folder: working folder
Exec*folder: contains the files that control the jobs in each working folder.
6.1.2. New project with current structure
Create a new project using the structure currently displayed in the molecule display area.
6.1.3. Open Project
Open an existing project.
6.1.4. Open Recent Project
Open a recently opened project file.
22.214.171.124. Clear History
Empty the history of recently opened project files.
126.96.36.199. Get Info
View information about the open project. Some information can be edited here.
188.8.131.52. Open Temporary File
Open a temporary file of the opened project.
184.108.40.206. Show in Explorer
Open the wmpjdata folder of the opened project.
220.127.116.11. Parameter/structure scan result display
You must purchase an add-on to use this feature. After a parameter scan or structural scan calculation, the results of each calculation can be tabulated.
- Working Folders
Check the working folder that contains the calculation results you want to visualize.
Select the type of calculation results you want to visualize.
- X Axis
Selects the value of the X axis for visualization.
- Export Animation
Create a wmm file with the values selected in End Structure and Property. For example, if you want to create a Volume-Total Energy graph, create an animation with this feature and then use the Custom Plot feature to select Volume for the X axis.
Create a graph with the conditions you set.
6.1.6. New File
Create a new file.
The shortcut is Ctrl+N .
6.1.7. Open File
Read the molecular structure from file into the main window. It corresponds to the format of various software.
Use Import File if you want to load the structure without switching the current mode file.
The shortcut is Ctrl+O .
6.1.8. Open Recent File
Open a recently opened file.
18.104.22.168. Clear History
Empty the history of recently opened files.
Re-load the file opened in the main window.
Overwrites the currently open file or project.
For details, see Save As .
The shortcut is Ctrl+S .
6.1.11. Save As
Save the molecular structure displayed in the main window as a different name.
After saving, the saved file will be reopened. If you simply want to output the structure in the specified format without reopening it, use Export File.
It is recommended that you enter the file name and the folder name including all files (all upper layers) with one-byte alphanumeric characters only.
If multi-byte characters such as double-byte alphanumeric characters or Japanese characters or spaces are included, some processing may cause problems.
Underscores can be used.
If the keyword of the solver you want to save is not displayed in Keyword Editor, Configuration window will open automatically. For MOPAC, GAMESS, Gaussian, NWChem, the coordinates are output in the format selected in Coordinate Format.
The shortcut is Shift+Ctrl+S
Closes the currently open project or file and returns to the startup screen.
6.1.13. Import File
Loads an existing molecular structure file. You can either discard the current structure and load it, or append it to the current structure and load it.
Open File opens the file in file mode when it is read in, but this function overwrites the structure of the molecular display area with the structure of the imported file without switching modes or files.
6.1.14. Import Recent File
Import recently used files.
It reads a specific type of molecular structure.
Molecular structure is generated from SMILES format string and read into the main window. When Import SMILES window opens, enter the SMILES format string in the text box and press Import button. Internally, conformational search by Bolloon or OpenBabel is also executed at the same time. A working folder named
*_smiles_tmpwill be created as an intermediate file.
22.214.171.124. Structural Formula
Create a molecule by entering a structural formula. Internally, JSME draws the structural formula, and Balloon or OpenBabel generates the 3D structure by generating SMILES from JSME.
126.96.36.199. Sample File
Load the files in the Samples folder.
6.1.16. Export File
Outputs the current molecular structure in any file format.
Outputs the contents displayed in the main window in the selected format.
Outputs the molecular structure displayed in the main window as a string in SMILES format. Not available when multiple molecules are displayed in the main window. Use OpenBabel on Cygwin. “Do you want to generate SMILES after completing the hydrogen atoms?” dialog, if “yes”, OpenBabel is executed via mol2 format with the -b option, if “no”, OpenBabel is executed via xyz format.
To use this function, CygwinWM setup is required.
188.8.131.52. Structural Formula
The image of the structural formula of the molecular structure displayed in the main window is output in SVG format. It can not be used when multiple molecules are displayed in the main window. I use OpenBabel on Cygwin.
To use this function, CygwinWM setup is required.
Outputs the contents displayed in the main window in BMP or JPG format.
184.108.40.206. CHARMM crd File
Outputs the molecular structure displayed in the main window in CHARMM crd format.
220.127.116.11. SDF File
Outputs the molecular structure displayed in the main window in SDF format.
6.1.18. Get Info
Displays detailed information about the molecular structure displayed in the main window.
6.1.19. Open in Text Editor
Open the file displayed in the title of the main window with the text editor selected in the configuration window.
After editing with the text editor, selecting Reload , you can reflect the change on the main window.
6.1.20. Show in Explorer
Open the directory one level higher than the file displayed in the title of the main window.