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Above is a picture of an example output of our automated structure verification routine. This highlights one of the strengths of our automated verification approach, one Phil Keyes calls a “fringe benefit” (See slides 39-42) in that following verification, you get an estimated assignment starting point. The output is a report, or spectrum file that...

In yesterday’s post I pointed you to an article that has become the most accessed article of all time in the Journal of Cheminformatics, co-authored by representatives of ACD/Labs. This article is a very comprehensive outline of the different approaches, developments, and successes of the development of CASE (Computer-Assisted Structure Elucidation) systems . I hope...

I’ve blogged several times about the progress and applications of automated structure verification with the help of ACD/Labs software. There are really two main approaches right now: Combined verification which includes automatically verifying the correspondence between a proposed chemical structure and the 1D 1H and 2D HSQC spectra. I’ve blogged about the publications and applications...

A general theme on this blog over the last couple of weeks has involved sharing presentations that our customers have given on their applications with ACD/Labs NMR software (here, here, and here). Here’s another one for you. Unfortunately, I was not at the Research Triangle Park (RTP) User’s Meeting this year so I didn’t experience...