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iNMR has been updated

 

The very popular NMR processing tool iNMR has been updated

The new versions 5.3.7 (for Mac) and 2.3.7 (for Windows), both available since June 20, add Covariance NMR to the processing toolbox. This technique creates a symmetric square matrix, starting from any 2-D matrix. The result can look completely different from the starting spectrum, though the information contained is necessarily the same. An example is hsqc-tocy (a kind of hetero-correlation experiment). After normal processing, it has two different axes: a 1-H axis and a 13-C axes. Starting from here you can apply two different kinds of Covariance. The so-called Direct Covariance creates a symmetric H-H matrix. The so-called Indirect Covariance creates a symmetric C-C matrix. Both are homo-correlation plots.

A more detailed description is available here:

http://nmr-analysis.blogspot.it/2008/10/introduction-to-covariance-nmr.html

This link leads to the pioneer of the method:

https://research.chemistry.ohio-state.edu/bruschweiler/web-servers/370-2/

There are more spectroscopy applications for Mac OSX here

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