|I want to...||Resource|
|analyze models & search databases||rmg website resources (no download needed)|
|make transition state theory calculations||Run Cantherm with the Canterm User's Guide|
|create mechanisms automatically||Download RMG with the RMG User's Guide|
|post an issue with RMG||github issues page|
|contribute to RMG project||RMG developer's wiki|
Reaction Mechanism Generator (RMG) is an automatic chemical reaction mechanism generator that constructs kinetic models composed of elementary chemical reaction steps using a general understanding of how molecules react.
These pages describe the newer Python version of RMG that we call RMG-Py. It is developed on github as RMG-Py.
CanTherm is developed and distributed as part of RMG-Py, but can be used as a stand-alone application for Thermochemistry, Transition State Theory, and Master Equation chemical kinetics calculations.RMG is free, open-source software, and is under active and ongoing development. If you are interested in assisting with or guiding its development, please let us know. Any issues, concerns, or comments can be posted to our Github issues page. While you are free to use/modify RMG components as you wish, we would like to co-ordinate with you. Please contact Professor William H. Green, Professor Richard H. West, or the The RMG Development Team for further information.