Why another processing package ?
Anyone who has ever done NMR has had the problem at some point or another that a problem has occurred during an experiment and that that dataset was corrupted because of that. Now what do you do when you are using a commercial processing package ? Very simple: you redo the experiment because the processing software does not allow you to do what has to be done.
The need for flexibility is therefore one of the reasons matNMR has been written. Another reason is that you never get nice pictures when you use a commercial program, because you always want something that just isn't supported by the program. What do you do ?
Yet again matNMR offers a solution by using Matlab's vast set of graphics routines ...
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.
Only minor knowledge of Matlab is required to operate matNMR, although to be most efficient, good knowledge of Matlab is naturally very helpful.
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 :
Introduction, Release notes, FAQ, Reference Online, Download sources,
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Last updated on january 22 2004