These nodes have been developed in collaboration with the KNIME group. The nodes provide basic cheminformatics functionality to deal with molecular compounds. If you have any questions, bug-reports or suggestions for new nodes, please let us know in the CDK KNIME forum.
The current stable and nightly builds for KNIME 3 are based on CDK 1.5.12.
The Chemistry Development Kit design originated from a meeting on September 27-29 2000. Over the years, the CDK library was developed and evolved into a fully blown open source and open development chemoinformatics package with code reaching from QSAR descriptor calculations to 2D and 3D model building.
Example workflows can be found on the public KNIME server under "community/cdk".
The source code can be accessed at https://anonymous:email@example.com/svn/nodes4knime.
The CDK extension is released under LGPLv3.