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matNMR, a good program for analysis of 1D and 2D spectra, has now a new color scheme (to address "the spontaneous blindness" issue) as well as many bug fixes and functionality improvements. The latest version of matNMR was released on May 5th, 2005.

Read introductory information about matNMR from its website below.


MatNMR is more than a static program that can be used only for processing data. It offers a wide variety of commonly used processing techniques for 1D and 2D spectra and combines these with the powerful graphical and numerical possibilities of MATLAB. Basically the concept of matNMR is that the user can do what ever he likes at any time. So without ever losing the capabilities that MATLAB has to offer or crashing matNMR.
If you know nothing about MATLAB, that's fine because it is not needed to operate matNMR.
If you want to use your own functions, change plots manually, manipulate matrices while still having all matNMR windows opened, that's also fine!
Because the most important word when talking about matNMR is: Flexibility.

Here is just a selection of what is supported in version 2.5 and higher :

MatNMR is completely GUI!
Full processing capabilities for 1D and 2D spectra (real, TPPI, STATES, (whole) echo)
Several filters to read in data from various types of spectrometers
Semi-automatic and manual Baseline corrections for 1D and 2D spectra
Two types of linear prediction for 1D and 2D spectra
Shearing transformation for 2D spectra in time and frequency domain
Symmetrizing of 2D spectra
Peak picking in 2D spectra
Peak Fitting of (arrays of) 1D spectra
T1 Fitting (arbitrary exponential functions)
A wide variety of functions for creating (multiple) 2D contour, 3D mesh plots, stack plots and raster plots
Drop-down menus for easy manipulating of plots
Easy printing of plots

And what about this :
A Processing history is recorded during processing
Full reprocessing capabilities from the processing history
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