This is excellent, many thanks for starting this work. You might want to touch bases
with Henry Rzepa (Imperial) who I think does read this list. He had a project a while
back to do something similar. A quick question the data files have the extension .bak
is this correct? I thought jcamp were .dx or .jdx?
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> I know that some of you may be interested in displaying spectral data
> (which is possible with chime) to go along with chemical structures in
> We've got a java applet which will display jcamp spectral data! The
> project's home base is at sourceforge:
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/jchemapplet/. It's a work in progress
> and we'd love to have your feedback and suggestions about how to improve
> it. You can see a demonstration of the applet from the project home
> page (http://jchemapplet.sourceforge.net/). It's possible that one or
> both of the students involved will continue working in the fall term,
> and your comments will help shape the work that will be done. Huge
> thanks to Bob Hanson for helping us work through the data compression
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