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Hi All,

I was wondering if there is a simple way for converting 2rr to ASCII format (with Origin?). I don't know if my files are signed/unsigned or little/big endian. Is there any way to determine this?

Sorry if my questions are silly, but I have tried to find answers in Internet with no success.

Please help..

asked Mar 14 '16 at 09:11

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These processed 2D files are typically signed 32 bit integers. Byte order will depend on the vintage of the data, but is defined by the parameter BYTORDP in the procs file.

You may have to be careful about submatrix dimensions, however.

Kirk

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answered Sep 28 '16 at 08:07

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Dear user,

quite simple is to convert the binary FID data or 2rr Data into ASCII characters before loading it into Origin.

Use 'conv' or 'conv2da' in Topspin first and use these data for the Import in Origin.

Yours,

Uli

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answered May 04 '16 at 01:43

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