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 Then you execute different tools and filters in the **Workflow**. With the [[https://​mcule.com/​search/​screen|Workflow Builder]] you can build linear workflows. The individual workflow steps are executed sequentially. They mainly comprise of modeling and advanced filtering tools. You can check the list of the currently available workflow steps **[[tools|here]]**. Then you execute different tools and filters in the **Workflow**. With the [[https://​mcule.com/​search/​screen|Workflow Builder]] you can build linear workflows. The individual workflow steps are executed sequentially. They mainly comprise of modeling and advanced filtering tools. You can check the list of the currently available workflow steps **[[tools|here]]**.
  
-By default only one workflow step is displayed. You can add more steps by clicking on the "Add workflow step" button, which can always be found under the last added workflow step on the right. The maximum number of workflow steps you can add into a single workflow is 10. The order of the workflow steps is arbitrary, i.e. any step can be put after any other step. However, when building a screening workflow it makes sense to consider at least two aspects: (i) speed and (ii) usage limits of the steps. For example, the [[mculepropertyfilter|mcule property filter]] is a workflow step with no monthly limits and it can reduce the size of the input collection very quickly, while [[dockingvina|Docking (Vina)]] is more computationally intensive and your allowance of the number of input molecules is limited. We therefore suggest that you put the [[basicpropertyfilter|mcule property filter]] first and add the [[dockingvina|Docking (Vina)]] step after. Here are some of the available workflow steps ordered by their speed:+By default only one workflow step is displayed. You can add more steps by clicking on the "Add workflow step" button, which can always be found under the last added workflow step on the right. The maximum number of workflow steps you can add into a single workflow is 10. The order of the workflow steps is arbitrary, i.e. any step can be put after any other step. However, when building a screening workflow it makes sense to consider at least two aspects: (i) speed and (ii) usage limits of the steps. For example, the [[basicpropertyfilter|basic property filter]] is a workflow step with no monthly limits and it can reduce the size of the input collection very quickly, while [[dockingvina|Docking (Vina)]] is more computationally intensive and your allowance of the number of input molecules is limited. We therefore suggest that you put the [[basicpropertyfilter|basic property filter]] first and add the [[dockingvina|Docking (Vina)]] step after. Here are some of the available workflow steps ordered by their speed:
  
 [[sampler|Sampler]] > [[exactsearch|Exact search]] > [[similaritysearch|Similarity search]] > [[bulkexactsearch|Bulk exact search]] > [[basicpropertyfilter|Property filters]] > [[substructuresearch|Substructure search]] > [[smartsquery|SMARTS query filter]] > [[ftrees|FTrees Visual Similarities]] > [[reos|REOS filter]] > [[chemaxonpropcalc|ChemAxon calculators]] > [[diversitysel|Diversity selection]] > [[dockingvina|Docking (Vina)]] [[sampler|Sampler]] > [[exactsearch|Exact search]] > [[similaritysearch|Similarity search]] > [[bulkexactsearch|Bulk exact search]] > [[basicpropertyfilter|Property filters]] > [[substructuresearch|Substructure search]] > [[smartsquery|SMARTS query filter]] > [[ftrees|FTrees Visual Similarities]] > [[reos|REOS filter]] > [[chemaxonpropcalc|ChemAxon calculators]] > [[diversitysel|Diversity selection]] > [[dockingvina|Docking (Vina)]]
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