In the past years an increasing number of graphical user interfaces for Molecular Dynamics (MD) were presented and concomitantly, more and more Molecular Dynamics studies were published. With the easier application of MD software packages the field runs the risk however, of being pervaded with unreliable results. Therefore, possible benefits and caveats have to be carefully balanced. Here we outline in which respects a broader access of MD via graphical user interfaces may help to increase the usability of Molecular Dynamics simulations while maintaining their quality.
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