While a wide range of processing and data analysis software is now available we encourage use and support of the Cambridge-originated software development efforts. These are Azara written by Wayne Boucher for processing and viewing data, and Analysis for assignment and further data analysis written by CCPN (funded by BBSRC). Both software efforts are constantly updated and are under continuing development in interaction with the international NMR community.
In practice this means that as a NMR Facility user you might do your 1D processing using Bruker software (Topspin/xwin-nmr) but for 2D and higher dimensional spectra we recommend the use of Azara, followed by the import of your spectra into Analysis.
- AZARA – by Wayne Boucher (Cambridge)
- NMRPipe – by Frank Delaglio (NIH)
- Prosa – by Peter Guentert (Frankfurt)
- Rowland NMR tools – by Mark Maciejewski (Connecticut)
Assignment and analysis
- CCPN Analysis – from the Laue lab, Cambridge
- NMRview – from Bruce Johnson
- Sparky – from Tom Goddard at UCSF
- CARA – from the Wüthrich lab, Zürich
- UNIO’10 – Torsten Hermann, Lyon
- Molmol – gone from the ETH in Zürich but there are still some download sites eg look for Mac/Linux/Windows downloads
- Swiss PDBviewer
- Biodesigner (PC only)
- iMol (for Macs)