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ValidatorDB:Database organization

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The first table with validation results is organized into two main sections, referring to ''incomplete'' (''Missing Atoms'' or ''Rings'') and ''complete structures''. respectively. The section with ''complete structures'' is further organized into subsections based on the results of the ''chirality'' and ''advanced'' analyses. Specifically, a general distinction is made between ''complete structures'' with ''correct chirality'' and with ''wrong chirality''. Warnings like ''foreign atom'' and ''substitutions'' are also included.
Subsequent tables highlight problematic atoms and provide useful statistics for the problematic atoms, in order to better localize the problems in the structures.
If you click on any validation issue (e.g., missing rings, wrong chirality on a specific atom), you will be redirected to the '''Details''' tab where only the molecules with those specific issues are listed.

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