Selecting Query and Target Structures

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  1. Click on the R-group Decomposition Standard ribbon button to open the R-group Decomposition form.

 

       Ribbon.RGroupDecomposition

 

  1. The R-group decomposition wizard opens.

 

Form.RGroupDecomp.2007

 

  1. If you would like to generate a Structure-Acivity Relationship (SAR) table from your data, you have to check-in the "Generate SAR table only" button. In this case R-group decomposition process will run, and based on the results, an SAR worksheet will be generated.
  2. Specify the query structure by:

 

       Form.RGroupDecomposition.SelectQueryTAB2

 

  1. Specify the Target Structures:

 

Form.RGroupDecomposition.SelectQueryTAB3

 

 

Form.RGroupDecomposition.SelectQueryTAB4                        

 

Please note that with "Include hidden structures as well" check-box you can specify if you want to include any kind of hidden structures in the decomposition process. This check-box is valid for hidden rows and columns as well. If there are both hidden columns and rows on the spreadsheet, checking in this check-box will include all structures from hidden rows and columns.

 

My data has headers: similar to basic Excel functionality in sorting data, it can be specified if the user wants to take into account the content of the first row on the sheet. If this check-box is selected the first row of the spreadsheet is considered as a header row, which contains no structures, this way will not be included in the decomposition process.

 

  1. Destination

Specify the destination where to put the results:

       Form.RGroupDecomposition.SelectQueryTAB1a

 

 

       Form.RGroupDecomp.Dest

       

 

  1. Data Placement

These options are useful when the results are selected to be placed to a worksheet, which is not empty.

 

       Form.RGroupDecomp.DataPl

 


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