NMR Data Handling with Python 0: Series Introduction

by Scott Anthony Robson Ph. D. | March 8, 2019, 7:58 p.m.

Series Introduction:

In this series of articles, we will explore how Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) data is stored and processed. To do this, we will use the Python (Python 3) programming language to manipulate data from Bruker (and eventually Varian/Agilent) spectrometers. Python is an easy to read programming language which will allow us to not only describe the operations involved in data processing but actually work with real data and see the results.

Unlike some other biophysical techniques, the data from the NMR spectrometer:

All these problems need to be mitigated to some extent. We will visit these problems and how we mitigate them as we move from raw NMR data to spectra we can interpret. 


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