This is almost an insult to the power of what Bob's template pages offer, but I'll throw it out there if there are other JSmol users who really miss connecting to NMRDB with a SMILES query string from a JSmol application - i.e. just opening an hnmr page from your application.

Bob's templates provide the guidance needed to replicate that query string behavior:

http://chemistry.illinoisstate.edu/osrothen/jsmol/predictor.htm?id=c1=cc=cc2=c1C(O)=O.O2C(C)=O

This page is basically a modification of Bob's jsv_predict2.htm page. I'm not sure I have everything tweaked correctly yet, but the basic idea works.

Otis


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On Feb 1, 2014, at 10:56 PM, Otis Rothenberger <osrothen@chemagic.com> wrote:

Robert and Robert, et al,

Very, very, very, very nice!

Thanks all

Otis



On Feb 1, 2014, at 2:54 PM, Robert Hanson <hansonr@stolaf.edu> wrote:

Robert Lancashire and I are happy to announce the first online open-source fully JavaScript fully customizable 1D HNMR prediction tool. Perfect for the classroom or for research laboratories, a demonstration showing how easy it is to set up a web page is available (http://chemapps.stolaf.edu/jmol/jsmol/jsv_predict2.htm). All that is required a few script tags and a bit of initialization code. Full JavaScript code is at
 
 
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