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MacBytes
Feb 8, 2006, 09:06 PM
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Category: 3rd Party Software
Link: iNMR: first application dedicated to NMR files on OSX (http://www.macbytes.com/link.php?sid=20060208220626)
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NMR Guy
Feb 9, 2006, 12:06 AM
A version of the processing module for VNMRj is available for OS X.

To be honest, if you are serious about NMR, get the Varian VNMRj OS X version... or x-windows in to VNMR/VNMRj (Varian) running on Solaris or Linux, or TopSpin (Bruker) running on Linux.

BTW Not sure what the deal with iNMR and SwaN-MR is. Looks like SwaN-MR (freeware/registerware) has been taken down completely and replaced with this software, which is not all that cheap.

bazzler
Feb 10, 2006, 04:56 AM
I am a mac-using organic chemist. Until now, there has never been an app for nmr reprocessing app for OSX that was powerful and userfriendly.

iNMR is intuitive to use and pleasing to the eye, very much in the way as one would expect from an Apple application. It performs many (including all of the important and critical) functions of the existing nmr reproc. solutions, and gives the output i want with the minimum of effort.

I cannot recommend highly enough this elegant and powerful program to anyone involved with NMR, regardless of their computing background.

I am not alone in my praise either, their are several mac - chemists in the department where i work , and like me they were all blown away with the excellence of this software.

The mac is somewhat of a forsaken child in the world of chemistry, particularly with 3rd party apps; the author should be commended for daring to invest his time and effort with this gem of a program.

If youre an organic chemist , give it a go and spread the word; you wont be disappointed.