Welcome to Cocktail Shaker’s documentation!¶
Cocktail Shaker is a high-performance drug enumeration and expansion library. Cocktail Shaker leverages the computational power of RDKit to create and enumerate large volumes of drug compounds.
>>> from cocktail_shaker import Cocktail, FileWriter >>> from cocktail_shaker import PeptideBuilder >>> peptide_backbone = PeptideBuilder(2) >>> cocktail = Cocktail(peptide_backbone,ligand_library = ['Br', 'I']) >>> combinations = cocktail.shake() >>> FileWriter('example', combinations, 'mol2')
Cocktail Shaker makes your drug enumeration and expansion life easy. It also generates your files for you in as many formats needed for any cheminformatics software.
File parsing of TXT, SDF, and Chemical Smiles.
File writing in a variety of formats some of which include: cif, sdf, pdb, mol, mol2 and many others
Ability to recognize and expand libraries of compounds some of which include halogens, acyl halides, aldehydes.
Ability to enumerate in 1D, and 2D structures and produce those compounds.
Supports Python versions 3.3+.
Released under the MPL license.
A step-by-step guide to getting started with Cocktail Shaker.
Comprehensive API documentation with information on every function, class and method.
Cocktail Shaker’s license¶
Cocktail Shaker is released under the Mozilla Public License 2.0. This is a short, permissive software license that allows commercial use, modifications, distribution, sublicensing and private use. Basically, you can do whatever you want with Cocktail Shaker as long as you include the original copyright and license in any copies or derivative projects.