Great to hear! I'm a junior in high school, and have been using OpenBabel for about a year now. I was thinking about a statistical analysis of structural properties of esters vs. their smells, but I don;t know if I'll have the time. I already had given it a go and was stopped because I couldn't get an isomer-testing algorithm to work, but if I just start out with a list of compounds I could always use that for analysis. If we weren't supposed to share our ideas here, sorry, but I guess I don't mind if someone uses mine.
I'm participating in a ScienceMadness.Org amateur chemistry competition, for producing the most useful (and largest) range of laboratory chemicals form five household items, so I'll be tied up with that. Although the stakes are, of course, much higher for the Google Summer of Code (though I guess that is this summer, kinda far away, hmm...), I know I have a very good chance of winning in the ScienceMadness competition.
Good luck to all other users of OpenBabel in the 'Summer of Code', and perhaps I'll join in too.
Cheers, (second-guessed myself upon seeing I had picked up that phrase from seeing Geoffry Hutchinson's emails so often...)
On Mon, Feb 29, 2016 at 3:17 PM, Geoffrey Hutchison <[hidden email]> wrote: