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Default Unanswered: Integrating peaks in 2D NMR

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I want to integrate only say x% of peak height of a given peak. We don't want to go to base level and let noise or neighbouring peak interfere with our peak volume. Can anyone help me if this can be done in some software like Topspin/Xeasy etc

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