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Hey all--

I'm wondering if there is a way to delete regions of an NMR spectrum in Sparky (or another free software). I have a TOCSY spectrum, over which I'm overlaying TOCSYs from the WISC metabolomics database, and would like to delete everything but the relevant peaks from these spectra, so that the overlays don't get too crowded. Any ideas?



asked Jul 02 '12 at 08:10

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Basically you can export spectra from Sparky as a postscript (ps) or PDF format through the pt command. These files can be opened and modified with Canvas or any other photo editing software available.


answered Jul 03 '12 at 10:55

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Thanks for the help! However, I was hoping to edit the source data rather than the image file--is there any way of deleting regions in the source data itself? I'm overlaying the spectra in rNMR, which reads the source data, not an image file. - DVigneault (Jul 05 '12 at 07:21)

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