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hi,we have bruker(avance)-500Mhz nmr spectrometer ,topspin 2.0 is inbuilt software for this ,when i trasfer this data to felix software,i dont know what is the reason felix software not considering this data... can anybody help in this regard

asked Jul 16 '10 at 20:10

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updated Jul 18 '10 at 23:01

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does felix report errors when you try reading the data? - Evgeny Fadeev (Jul 18 '10 at 10:49)

may there be an error during the data transfer - e.g. incorrect byte order? - Evgeny Fadeev (Jul 18 '10 at 10:52)

no,it is asking about some decim no ,when we enter decim no which is in processing parameters,it is showing illegal decim factor due to this unable to do the things in felix thanks for responding.. - sashi (Jul 18 '10 at 19:57)

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Do you get this error when you read the Bruker data or when you try to process it? When you try to do a processing step that will depend on the degree of oversampling the program will look at the decim/dspfvs/grpdly parameters in order to decide how to proceed. If you are using a spectrometer format introduced after the date your Felix version was released then you might get an error like "decim set to illegal value". This usually means that Felix wasn't able to make sense of the decim/dspfvs combination that it found in the parameter file. If you have a relatively recent version of Felix then this shouldn't be a problem.

Which version of Felix are you running? Which platform are you running Felix on (SGI,Windows or Linux)?


answered Jul 18 '10 at 22:31

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thanks steve...we just know figured it where the mistake happend, what you said is write we are running old version of felix...we try to run with new version and tell you.thankyou. - sashi (Jul 20 '10 at 03:33)

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