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Default What software can copy peak assignments for 2D T1 and T2 relaxation rate data analysi

What software can copy peak assignments for 2D T1 and T2 relaxation rate data analysis?

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I'm currently processing a large amount of T1 and T2 spectra in NMRDraw. I've been looking for a way to copy my peak assignments from one spectrum onto to the others so that I can quickly and accurately match height and volume values, but I've had little luck so far. Is it possible to manipulate the assignment tables to achieve this goal? NMRPipe and its associated applications are all very new to me at this point, so any information that may expand my general knowledge of the program or lead to a solution for the problem outlined above would be appreciated.

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