Submitted by Margaret Scheuermann / Western Washington University on Sun, 03/28/2010 - 00:17
This afternoon I came across a free version of the ACD Labs NMR processing software that I think was released fairly recently. It can be found here. Given how few free NMR programs there are, this seems like it could be a good option for undergraduate researchers or courses in which students will need to analyze significant amounts of NMR data outside of class time. I tried it on a Vista PC using Bruker format data and found the basic processing functions to be reasonably similar to what is found in various commercial programs I've used.
Nancy Williams / Scripps College, Pitzer College, Claremont McKenna College
Thanks for putting this up, Margaret Once I get back into the lab, I'll try it out, and post what I find here.
Thu, 04/08/2010 - 06:33 Permalink
John Gilje / James Madison University

Another option is Spin Works. This is a great program that can process both 1 and 2 D data as well as do simulations. It is available for download at the University of Manitoba Chem Dept web site:

It is free, easy to install and pretty easy to use, but read the README  files and look at the manual (Spinworks.doc or Spinworks_x.pdf) first as there are some tips. Some are that you need a C:/temp folder and for some of the simulations you cannot have spaces in path names.

 We've used this program for a long time and I'm really happy with it.

Wed, 04/14/2010 - 10:01 Permalink