Chemiscope is a tool for interactive exploration of databases of materials and molecular, correlating local and global structure descriptors with the properties of the systems. Structural properties are represented by a descriptor mapped onto a smaller space using a dimensionality reduction algorithm.
Chemiscope is free and open source, distributed under the BSD license itself, and the GPL license for the Jmol dependency. It is developed by Guillaume Fraux in the COSMO lab at EPFL, with support from the NCCR MARVEL and MAX european center of excellence. Early development was influenced by the Interactive Sketch-map Visualizer
If you are a developer you may be interested in downloading the source code, which is available on GitHub.
If you are a user, you may want to download a standalone version of the standard viewer, which you can use to display locally datasets prepared in the chemiscope JSON format.
Using chemiscope.org, you are able to visualize your own data, stored in a JSON file. Please see the documentation for a complete description of the JSON format; as well as tools that can help you generate such files.
The visualization state is a JSON file including all settings changes made on the current dataset.