Greetings. I'm not into fragrances necessarily, but I have had a strong nose ever since a "traumatic" olfactory incident: my apartment got covered in mold while I was away on a long vacation (to date, the apartment as well as my respiratory health are fine - my nose however has never been the same).
It drives me nuts because I can smell things that other people can't smell, and most importantly, you can't google about smells - the internet is anosmic, apparently.
My hyperosmia has motivated me to create this database:
It cross-references over 3000 flavors/fragrances, using the Aldrich catalog index.
With it you can see the relationship between aromas and their constituent chemicals. (Rosemary and moth balls is what got me started on this whole thing; they share eucalyptol.)
*if you are not familiar with using google fusion network graphs, it should only take a few minutes of playing around to figure out how the filters work.
**there are pretty good tutorials on how to use it, just youtube "google fusion graphs".
As per nemenator's suggestion, I've done my best to strip-out only 'natural' chemical compounds, essential oils, etc. to create an Aftelier Fragrance Wheel version of the network graph:
Edited by nebule - 9/14/13 at 5:02pm
^here is a screenshot of what the network graph looks like; the real fun, however, is in using the graph to answer questions you might have about the relationships between various odors and their correlating chemicals.