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We have expanded the number of similarity measures that our Binary Similarity Calculator computes from 30 to 72 (and counting…)

Same measures with different names have been consolidated into a single record, and different measures with same name have been enumerated as necessary.

These similarity coefficients have many applications across disciplines: from bioinformatics to chemistry, chemometrics, statistics, data mining, information retrieval, marketing research, etc.

The tool is available at


We have also included the new similarity measures proposed by Consonni & Todeschini (2012), and Todeschini, et al (2012).

Our Tutorial on Distance and Similarity was also updated, accordingly. Check it out at




Consonni, V. and Todeschini, R. (2012). New Similarity Coefficients for Binary Data. MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. Chem. 68, 581-592.

Todeschini, R., Consonni, V., Xiang, H., Holliday, J., Buscema, M., and Willet, P. (2012). Similarity Coefficients for Binary Chemoinformatics Data: Overview and Extended Comparison Using Simulated and Real Data Sets. J. Chem. Inf. Model. 52 (11).