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Hydra: An HTML5-Based Application for High- Throughput Visualization of Ligand Docking

@inproceedings{Zhao2014HydraAH,
  title={Hydra: An HTML5-Based Application for High- Throughput Visualization of Ligand Docking},
  author={Yuan Zhao},
  year={2014}
}
Hydra is an HTML5-based application for highthroughput visualization of molecular docking simulations. Unlike existing solutions, Hydra’s implementation is platform agnostic, and therefore can be deployed quickly and cheaply across various hardware configurations. Additionally, it is designed with an intuitive interface that is scalable with respect to screen sizes, ranging from mobile devices to large, tiled display walls (TDWs). Keywords—virtual screening, visualization, mobile accessiblity… 

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