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XEASY: a computer-aided spectrum analysis, based on the X Window System.

Sparky: a graphical NMR assignment and integration program for proteins, nucleic acids, and other polymers. Sparky displays processed NMR spectra. You pick, assign, and integrate peaks using a graphical interface. You can work with any number of 2, 3 or 4 dimensional spectra simultaneously. The program has been developped to assist in structure determination of proteins, DNA and RNA.

NMRVIEW: a software for the Visualization and Analysis of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Data

CcpNmr Analysis is an analysis program built on top of the CCP Data Model. The program is based partly on the existing ANSIG, written by Per Kraulis, partly on the current Sparky, (T.D.Goddard and D.G.Kneller, UCSF). Analysis will run under both Unix/Linux and Windows. Compared to ANSIG, CcpNmr Analysis includes a completely new graphical user interface, support for automatic assignment, Python as a scripting and macro language, and a number of features from Sparky..

ANSIG is a program for viewing and assigning 2D, 3D and 4D NMR spectra (both homonuclear and heteronuclear) of biological macromolecules, mainly proteins. The input data for the program are frequency-domain spectrum matrices, together with the sequence of the protein. All processing of the spectral matrices must have been done before ANSIG can be used to view the spectra.

NMRPipe provides comprehensive facilities for Fourier processing of spectra in one to four dimensions, as well as a variety of facilities for spectral display and analysis.

NPK permits to process NMR data-sets very efficiently, with processing in 1D, 2D and 3D. You realize your processing in python, and a complete processing modelisation is available. NPK appears as a python program, you can either use NPK with standard procedures, or write you own python program. Starting NPK is lauching a java program,  but the NPK user interface is based on python.

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