NMR data from the NMR Spectrometers in the CRL can be processed on local computers using appropriate software. We have various handouts available for download which provide instruction on how to use some of these packages (listed below) and instructions on how to download NMR data from the data archives are detailed under data access. Various data processing packages are summarised in the table below: Software Oxford Licence Computer Platform Comments MESTRE-Nova (Mnova) [NMR & MS] Yes (Full Site) PC, Mac, Linux The software platform from MestreLab Research Full Campus licence available for NMR and MS data processing. For departmental computers: Install from the Software Centre. For personal laptops: See the Getting Started document. You will also need to copy to your system the zipped licence file (Mnova University of Oxford Campus Licence2.zip) from the Chemistry NMR software server: \\Files-support\NMR\NMR Software Use the Getting Started document for a basic introduction to the program. TOPSPIN (Bruker) Yes PC, Mac, Linux Available for lab-wide use via Chemistry site licence (v3). 1D-3D processing. For departmental computers: Install from the Software Centre. For personal laptops: Bruker have now made TOPSPIN processor free for academic users. Register and download the software here. See Bruker's FAQs for free TOPSPIN here Alternatively, you may install a site licence version. Installation instructions and links are provided with the software on \\Files-support\NMR\NMR Software or may be downloaded here. ACD No PC See the ACD Labs site for information on their software We no longer provide in-house support for ACD software. NUTS No PC, Mac Software for processing 1D and 2D NMR. See the NUTS web site Spinworks Free PC FREE software for processing of 1D and 2D spectra. Download from the Spinworks site iNMR No Mac Dedicated MAC software from iNMR No site-wide licences available. Importing Bruker Data The Bruker software stores raw data and processed spectra under defined files names within the experimental data set folder, thus: 1D processed spectra are stored as the file 1r within the pdata folder under the main data set folder 2D processed spectra are stored as the file 2rr within the pdata folder under the main data set folder Importing these files into, for example, ACD will allow you to interact with the spectra directly without any need for further processing. Processed data are removed from the spectrometers periodically so these files may not exist for older data or for those in the NMR archives. 1D raw data are stored as fid in the experiment folder 2D raw data are stored as ser in the experiment folder These files need to be imported when the processed spectra are no longer available and will have to be transformed into the corresponding spectra after importing. Handouts Please link to our Handout page for various instructions on NMR data processing and more.