Also I've found the same software- pose view (in that article I've also found link on it). Its very friendly but I've noticed some erorrs during representation of the non-covalent contacts partly in case of the vdw interactions ( e,g i've change cutof from 0.8 to 1.2 nm for vdw but some crussial interactions could not be visualized)
And the main disadvantage of that software is that it does not take into account burrial water and it's h-bond networks within protein.
I've ordered free license on the lig prot and hope that this software will be better ;)
2012/6/26 Christian Roth <>
Hi James,

LigPlot is free for academic users. You just have to verify that you are a
academic user. MOE does a simimlar representiation but is definitely not free.