Contains tools for Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra simulation and predictions. nmrdb.org is a web server that allows prediction of 1D 1H NMR spectra, 1D 13C NMR spectra, COSY spectra and HSQC/HMBC spectra. The software also provides tools for NMR simulation, recreation and 1H NMR assignment. The tools can be used directly from this web site or used as a service (API) to create other useful tools.
Provides an interface for process, analyze and visualize 1D and 2D nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) data. MatNMR is an extendable open source software which includes several modules that allows users to run various analysis such as spectral deconvolution or quadrupolar tensor fitting. Besides, it offers a viewer for 2D data providing 2D and 3D contour, surface and line plots in a wide range of formats and standards.
Performs simulations for solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) problems. pNMRsim is a locally-developed simulation program that took the SIMPSON philosophy and developed to tackle large problems. The software is designed to be efficient for multiple spin systems and flexible enough to handle a wide variety of problems as intuitively as possible.
Simulates multichannel, multidimensional experiments on user-defined spin systems. Virtual NMR Spectrometer is designed for developing new nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) experiments and for tuning and adjusting the experimental setup for existing experiments, to reduce the time on a real spectrometer required for these purposes. This software uses a translator to design pulse sequences with the same programming language as on a real spectrometer. It can be a useful aid in learning general principles of magnetic resonance and contemporary innovations in NMR pulse sequence design.
Simulates solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. SIMPSON provides a collection of features allowing users to manipulate, visualize and make investigation for NMR data. It can be employed to perform parallel calculations and gathers several approaches to compute propagators through the utilization of matrix exponentials.