# Drug Score

The drug score combines druglikeness, cLogP, logS, molecular weight and toxicity risks in one handy value than may be used to judge the compound's overall potential to qualify for a drug. This value is calculated by multiplying contributions of the individual properties with the first equation:

ds is the drug score. s_{i} are the contributions calculated
directly from of cLogP, logS, molweight and druglikeness (p_{i})
via the second equation which describes a spline curve. Parameters *a*
and *b* are (1, -5), (1, 5), (0.012, -6) and (1, 0) for cLogP, logS,
molweight and druglikeness, respectively. t_{i} are the contributions
taken from the 4 toxicity risk types. The t_{i} values are 1.0,
0.8 and 0.6 for *no risk*, *medium risk* and *high risk*,
respectively.