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Hi,

Is there a specific program to draw pulse sequences? (preferably in windows)

asked Jul 10 '10 at 06:48

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Hi Cleber, as far as I know such software optimized for making NMR pulse sequence drawings does not exist.

But there are some that may somewhat help.

  • APSEQ - an extension package for Mathematica that analyzes pulse sequence symbolically and produces a drawing
  • NMRPulse - a tool for drawing pulse sequences within MediaWiki (our wiki uses that software) - that is it works through the web. Graphics output is in raster format at screen resolution.
  • something called "pulse tree" or similar (can't find the link unfortunately) geared mostly towards imaging sequences - not sure if it is maintained at all.

First two packages require typing pulse sequence specification by hand - there is no graphical interface.

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answered Jul 10 '10 at 09:30

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Thanks by the help. I'll try this. - Cleber Barreto (Jul 10 '10 at 09:47)

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