I am trying to salvage old data, and one of my output files is in Molden format.
- I tried downloading Molden at its homesite but the link does not seem to work.
- Is there another way to access Molden format files?
Thank you very much.
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In case you're OK with converting, Molden2AIM may be a good alternative.
It is able to convert
.molden files into
.wfn files which are easier to handle in my opinion (the software actually does a bit more than just that, such as generating
.47 files for NBO analysis).
Here you download Molden, took me approximatly 30 seconds..
gOpenMol would be an alternative, it reads xyz files aswell as alot of others
• ADF, Amsterdam Density Functional output • CHA • CML • Chem3D binary file • DL_Poly CONFIG coordinate file format. • Gaussian formatted checkpoint file. • Gromos96 • Gromacs coordinate file format. • HyperChem. • Insight (car files). • Jaguar coordinates from a Jaguar output log file. • Mol2. • Mumod. • OpenMol (center binary file). • PDB (Brookhaven Protein Data Bank format). • Tinker coordinate file. • Spartan binary file (plugin must be enabled). • Xmol single and multi xyz coordinate set file. • XYZ general xyz coordinate file. • YASP.