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  • Katherine Hollingsworth

Upcoming Webinar: The PAULING FILE Project in Context with the Materials Platform for Data Science

Join us for the live webinars on:

  • Tue, December 11th:

10 am PDT / 11 am MST / 12 pm CDT /1 pm EST USA / 7 pm Europe (CET)​

  • Wed, December 12th:

7 am Pacific / 4 pm Europe (CET)​

  • Thu, December 13th:

8 am Europe (CET) / 12:30 pm India (IST) / 3 pm China (CST) / 4 pm Japan (JST)

Join Pierre Villars, the PAULING FILE's co-designer and editor-in-chief, in this month's webinar.

  • Learn how to access to the world's largest inorganic database

  • Customize data-centric solutions with the MPDS Application Programming Interface (API)

  • Develop concept-driven modelling strategies based on phase data

  • Focus experiments through materials screening, using a large number of design options

More about the PAULING FILE and the Materials Platform for Data Science:

The aim of the PAULING FILE is to give easy access to large amounts of different kinds of critically analyzed experimental materials data (the world's largest inorganic materials (unary-multinary) database covering the world literature since 1900 comprehensively), and by this purpose a general overview on crystalline inorganic substances. Hereby the Materials Platform for Data Science (also known as MPDS), will be introduced. This is a newly developed web-platform, presenting online all the parts of the PAULING FILE data. It contains the data for over 397,000 crystal structures, for nearly 60,000 phase diagrams, and over 800,000 physical property entries. About 275,000 carefully selected scientific publications in materials science, chemistry, and physics serve as an origin for these data. All these data are available in the browser-based graphical user interface (called MPDS GUI). Nearly 80% of these data can be also requested remotely (via the so called MPDS API) in a developer-friendly format, ready for any external modern data-intensive applications.

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