Daycgi is comprised of a set of web appications which use the tool set in the $DY_ROOT/daycgi directory. Daycgi is not a toolkit, but rather a set of utilities which enable chemical information delivery via a CGI script. For example, the shell script smi2gif generates a gif depiction from a SMILES string, which enables 2-D chemical structures to be added to web pages. See the class notes for Day 2 for information on writing your own CGI application with Daycgi tools.
Invoke JavaGrins withfrom the menu and hit
Grins to SMILES, then select submit.
Select database "ic97demo%@server"
mcl -h -i myprog.mcl