BioLinux-BR Project offers RPM packages for such popular programs as MolMol, PROCHECK and XPLOR-NIH.
Project description from its website:
BioLinux-BR is a project directed to the scientific community. Our intention is to create a Linux distribution for people with little familiarity with the installation of the operational system and mainly for people that do not know how they must proceed to unpack a program, compile and install it correctly.
For these reasons, we are giving our contribution, developing a Linux system that aims to be easy to use and still offering packages that will be part of the BioLinux-BR. Giving this option, we will not be compelling anybody to change its Linux distribution, since there are packages developed for the greaters Linux distributions.
We hope that our work be useful and benefical for you!
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[quote=lgvietnam;21338]Roeder and I was encountered with a sentence which says,”Fluorescent lights generate noise which can be picked up in the spectrometer.
The same situation.
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[Question from NMRWiki Q&A forum] What does ph2:r statement do in Bruker pulse programs
What does ph2:r statement do in Bruker pulse programs
Found a following statement in the pulse program called selnogp
p12:sp2:f1 ph2:r What does this do - specifically last bit of the second part - ph2:r the :r?
The first one - I understand shaped pulse at power sp2, shape spnam2 and length p12.
Looks like ph2 is the phase for the shaped pulse - is that right?
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The other day I was reading a book “Experimental Pulse NMR: A Nuts and Bolt Approach” by Eiichi Fukushima and Stephen B W Roeder and I was encountered with a sentence which says,”Fluorescent lights generate noise which can be picked up in the spectrometer.” (para 1, page 13). I wonder if they are talking about
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Open Source NMR freeware
Most of the readers arrive here using Google, without knowing me and my blog. Usually they get very angry because they arrive... on the trapping post I wrote 3 years ago! I want to do something to keep them glad...
So you want "open source" stuff? Do you know what it really means? Are you ready to compile, test, debug it and add a graphic interface to it?
Just because you asked for it, here is a list of available projects. If you know other links, add them into a comment.
Programs for alignment of protein NMR ensembles
If you need to align models in your NMR ensemble, you can use the following programs to do so. MolMol
- Official website
- Linux binaries from Patrick Finerty website
- BioXRay distribution
Bruker pulse programs
Ad Bax's pulse sequence library
Ad Bax's note: This library contains recently published pulse sequences that have been tested on our equipment. By downloading, viewing or using any of them you acknowledge our rules as outlined in disclaimer and copyright.
Bruker pulse sequences from Gordon Rule
Gordon Rule note: ALL of these employ gradients for artifact suppression. None are sensitivity enhanced. In all HN experiments the water is suppressed by a watergate-type sequence. In some cases crusher gradients are also used. These sequences have been...