Bruker’s TopSpin processing software is now free for academic users at Bruker’s website.
The Facility has a campus site license for MestreLab’s MNova software. Follow the installation guide.
Please do not contact MestreLab about license issues. Researchers should contact NMR staff, and all undergrads contact the OrgLab staff, for questions and issues.
— If your license has timed out, reconnect to the campus network via VPN and restart MNova. Replace old licenses from our installation page.
— MestreLab’s NMRPredict and Verify plug-ins are installed on three PCs in the NMR labs (mordor, vir, horton). They are not available elsewhere.
— Licenses for MestreLab’s Reaction Monitoring and QNMR plug-ins are available on the installation page.
— Many of the marketing and help guides on the MestreLab website discuss other plug-ins. We provide licenses for MNova, Rxn Monitoring and QNMR only, and only to academic users.
Non-academic users of our facility must provide for their own processing software licenses.
- The NMR data server Castor:
— connecting your computer to Castor
— manually archiving data to Castor from the spectrometers
- Primary help can be found in MNova’s Help, and at the MestraLab website.
- UW MNova licenses and installation notes
- Change MNova interfaces (video – thanks to Logan Vine)
- MNova Quick Guide
- MNova – notes for processing kinetics data
MNova – notes for 1D and 2D NMR assignments (updated to v. 8.0)
MNova – notes for 1D and 2D NMR assignments (v. 6.3.0)
— MestReC Cheat Sheet
- Three licenses of ACD’s excellent 1H and 13C — and the less well know to us X nucleus (15N, 19F, 31P) — predictive software are installed on the PCs in the NMR facility.
- ChemSketch freeware
- ACD blog page
- ACD application notes page
- NUTS Cheat Sheet
- NUTS Installation Guide for Windows
- NUTS Installation Guide for Mac (pre-OSX) and OSX
- Acorn’s NUTS On-Line Help and Tutorials (AcornNMR website)
- WinDNMR — Hans Reich’s NMR simulator and DNMR package
- VnmrJ and IVAN: varian’s software open sourced
- Sparky — a good tool for viewing (not processing) multiple 2D and nD datasets
- iNMR (Win and Mac; has a free demo mode, but have to restart once per 30 min)
- SpinWorks — Kirk Marat’s free program (Windows only)
- NMRPipe (google it to get more info) — high-end NMR processing platform