Excuse me! Please tell me how to add CDK to Android Studio? I want to make an app about chemistry. Please help me! Thanks so much!

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"SimCAL is available both as a user-friendly graphical interface tool and a console application. It is developed in Java (ver 1.7) and uses chemoinformatics routines of Chemical Development Kit, CDK [31] for processing."

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Uses the CDK to tweaks the location of formal charges. It parses SMILES strings and changes the location of formal charges, follow COD preferences.

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Mentions the CDK on slide 11, used via KNIME.

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"Molecules are stored in the search tree as canonical SMILES strings. If stereoinformation is desired, molecules are stored as canonical, isomeric SMILES. For processing, molecules are translated from SMILES into molecular graphs, which are vertex-labelled and edge-labelled graphs m = (A, B), with atoms a ∈ A as vertices and bonds b ∈ B as edges. Retrosynthetic transformation rules are productions on graphs51. In chemical terminology, transformations are also referred to as ‘named reactions’. The Chemistry Development Kit (CDK) and RDKit chemoinformatics libraries were used for the implementation."

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"The open source cheminformatics package “The Chemical Development Kit” (CDK) [32] is used as platform for the representation and manipulation of chemical entities. The employed version is an independently developed branch of CDK v1.4.11, which has been fine-tuned to the requirements of Genesys. Other open source chemical software packages that are incorporated are JNI-InChI v0.7 [33] for the generation of InChI identifiers and AMBIT-SMARTS [19] for SMARTS processing."

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