CDK LogP

This may be a silly question, but can the CDK Molecular Properties node actually predict LogP?

The descriptions says "The computations are based on the CDK toolkit and include logP, molecular weight, number of aromatic bonds, and many others.", but the only properties I seem to be able to include are:

  • Atomic Polarizabilities
  • Aromatic Atoms Count
  • Aromatic Bonds Count
  • Element Count
  • Bond Polarizabilities
  • Bond Count
  • Carbon connectivity index (order 1)
  • Carbon connectivity index (order 0)
  • Eccentric Connectivity Index
  • Fragment Complexity
  • Hydrogen Bond Acceptors
  • Hydrogen Bond Donors
  • Largest Chain
  • Largest Pi Chain
  • Petitjean Number
  • Rotatable Bonds Count
  • Topological Polar Surface Area
  • Vertex adjacency information magnitude
  • Molecular Weight
  • Zagreb IndexAtomic Polarizabilities
  • Aromatic Atoms Count
  • Aromatic Bonds Count
  • Element Count
  • Bond Polarizabilities
  • Bond Count
  • Carbon connectivity index (order 1)
  • Carbon connectivity index (order 0)
  • Eccentric Connectivity Index
  • Fragment Complexity
  • Hydrogen Bond Acceptors
  • Hydrogen Bond Donors
  • Largest Chain
  • Largest Pi Chain
  • Petitjean Number
  • Rotatable Bonds Count
  • Topological Polar Surface Area
  • Vertex adjacency information magnitude
  • Molecular Weight
  • Zagreb Index

Hi,

Yes - that is a bit misleading!  If you do a search for logp in your node repository, you should find what you are looking for.  The CDK's XLogP node sits alone, outside of the Molecular Properties node.

Kind regards

James