> I have received a question regarding a very old applet called DXYPlot t=
> could be used (somehow) to display NMR data.
> I know that jcamp data shows some type of spectrum, but I thought that =
> was IR, not NMR.
> Q: What does jcamp show, IR or NMR?
JCAMP is a "standard" format, developed by the International Union of Pur=
Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) for all kinds of spectroscopic data (IR, NMR, M=
also chemical structures. (http://www.jcamp.org/protocols.html)
> Q: Is there a need for an applet that shows the other kind of spectral =
Absolutely, but there are also a number of ongoing developments, where pe=
can take part in.
> Q: If so, can NMR and IR data be displayed using the same applet, or do=
> need two different applets?
One should do. The principles are the same. IR is shown in absorption mod=
to say, the signaly point down, but that just a minor display issue.
Please note that my group now administers the jcamp-dx project at sourcef=
(http://www.sf.net/projects/jcamp-dx), which holds a reference Java parse=
JCAMP. We would very much appreciate collaborations for writing spectral =
I should also mention that my group's NMR database (http://www.nmrshiftdb=
has some applets for displaying NMR spectra and that my PhD student Tobia=
Helmus develops a spectral display module based on JFreeChart=20
(https://sourceforge.net/projects/spok/), which will also be part of Bioc=
Priv. Doz. Dr. Christoph Steinbeck (c.steinbeck@...)
Head of the Research Group for Molecular Informatics
Cologne University BioInformatics Center (http://almost.cubic.uni-koeln.d=
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