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NUTS Features


NUTS Features

NUTS is a “toolbox” for processing and displaying NMR data. The following features are included in all versions:

Extensive Help files with specific examples and screen captures to illustrate operations
Customizable “Quick Keys” (command “links”) for frequently used command sequences
Menus and command line active simultaneously for maximum flexibility
Macros for automation of complex processing operations
Configuration file lets you customize NUTS for your preferences
Automatic and real-time phasing
Automatic integration and peak picking
Real-time readout of peak information at cursor position, including frequency difference
Integrals and peak frequencies labeled on the screen and plots
Copy and paste to other applications to create high-quality figures
Multiple options for apodization, including phase-shifted sine and resolution enhancement
Command log records processing commands and parameters
Shimming simulation

Data translation from most spectrometer models:

Bruker Aspect 2000/3000, X32, UNIX, XWin-NMR and TopSpin files
Varian XL, Gemini, VXR, Unity and Inova files
Nicolet Dexter and TMON files
GE Omega, GN and QE files
JEOL Delta, GXD/GXP, EX, FX, Lambda, Alpha, ALS and “generic” exported files
Chemagnetics files
Tecmag MacFID, MacNMR and NT-NMR files
ATI ASCII and binary files
SMIS files
NMRi files
Analogic files
Anasazi Instruments files
Process Control Technology files
PC-NMR files in Lybrics format
Win-NMR files
Galactic (Grams-386) files

New data file translations will be added as file format information becomes available.

NUTS Lite:

Basic 1D processing and plotting for only $100
Includes all 1D features except subroutines such as Add/Subtract, Polynomial baseline correction, Relaxation analysis, Line Fit, Spectrum Simulation, Peak labeling, inset plots, linear prediction, buffers, searchable archive and importing of graphics objects.
Display peak labels using the PP command and do polynomial baseline correction. The subroutines which allow these functions to be performed interactively are not included, but the Lite version now includes these features using default settings.

NUTS 1D Features:

Multiple options for copying spectra to other applications to create high-quality figures
Text annotation
Chemical structure, logo or other graphical object printed on screen and plots
Inset plots
Multiple baseline correction options, including 5th order polynomial
Linear Prediction for correction of rolling baselines
Interactive adjustment of apodization functions
Spectrum simulation based on shifts and coupling constants, up to 12 spins
Multiple line deconvolution routine for integrating overlapping peaks
Spectrum Addition/Subtraction
Automated processing of
series of spectra such as kinetics or relaxation data
Analysis and display of kinetics data and relaxation data with calculation of T1 and T2
Data Table for tabulating spectral data, including output in ACS format
Math functions for automated calculations
Buffers subroutine for displaying multiple spectra
Searchable Archive for managing collections of spectra

NUTS Pro Features (in addition to all the above):

Processes magnitude, TPPI, States-type hypercomplex, echo/anti-echo and States-TPPI data
Forward and Backward Linear Prediction
Macros supplied to perform 2D processing with a single command
Macros are text files which can easily be edited to provide customized processing
Quick intensity maps and contour plots
High-resolution 1D spectra displayed on edges of contour plots
Two-dimensional “Zoom” using the mouse for easy expansion
User control of contour level spacing and colors
Real-time display of slices under mouse control overlaid on contour plots
2D peak-picking using the mouse; peaks can be labeled with shift values or other text
Volume integration
Real-time readout of cursor coordinates in both dimensions
Projections and stacked plots of entire spectrum or selected region
Step-wise viewing of slices
Sum all slices or a specified range of slices

2D and 3D processing is done in Arrayed Mode. In this mode, all processing is done in memory, and is both faster and simpler. See examples of 2D processing. NUTS-Pro is required for 3D processing.