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Browser-Based NMR Data Processing & Analysis

  • Easy and interactive zoom, pan, vertical scale adjustment
    Easy and interactive zoom, pan, vertical scale adjustment
  • Click on an atom from the structure and drag to a peak to do quick manual assignments
    Click on an atom from the structure and drag to a peak to do quick manual assignments
  • Interactively do phase corrections without any time lags
    Interactively do phase corrections without any time lags

The NMR Data Processing You Know and Love, Now in Your Browser

Spectrus JS lets you process and analyze 1D and 2D NMR data from any browser. Intuitive processing tools help scientists, students, and educators focus on research and learning.

It's easy for users to get started without the hassle of individual software installation.

NMR Data Analysis Made Simpler

  • Remote Working Comes to Science
    • Run your samples in a central facility, and process your NMR data from the comfort of your desk (or your own home). Spectrus JS works wherever you have an Internet connection.
  • Get Started Quickly
    • Jump right to working with NMR spectra. No hefty downloads or multi-page installation wizards required for individual users to set up.
  • Any OS, Any Device
    • Do you work in an organization where members use their own devices? Spectrus JS is browser-based for maximum compatibility. Work from Windows, Mac, or Linux.
  • Support Users of All Levels of Expertise
    • From undergraduate students to NMR experts, any scientist can use ACD/Labs' time-tested NMR tools to analyze their data.

NMR Data Processing Made as Easy as 1-2-3

ACD/Labs NMR processing tools are accessible by easily typing the URL address into your favorite browser and signing into your account
ACD/Labs NMR processing tools are accessible by easily typing the URL address into your favorite browser and signing into your account.
  1. Open a browser window, enter the URL, and log in to your account
  2. Load and process your data—Fourier transform, pick peaks, assign, select solvent, define dark regions or multiplets, etc.
  3. Create comprehensive PDF reports for your analysis

Features

Customer Review

"I could not have asked for more than this innovative browser-based NMR processing software with all its accessibility benefits. Spectrus JS makes structure elucidation comfortable from anywhere with its intuitive, highly customizable, and super easy-to-learn interface."

Kristóf Cank, Spectrus JS beta-tester & PhD Student
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Deployment/Integration Options

One Server, Many Browsers

As an individual user, you'll log onto Spectrus JS from your browser. No need for software installation; just create your account and start working.

Supported operating systems and browsers: Windows, macOS, Linux, Chrom, Safari, Edge.

List of supported operating systems/web-browsers for Spectrus JS
List of supported operating systems/web-browsers for Spectrus JS

Hosting Spectrus JS

Spectrus JS is made available to individual users from a central server.

Are you a large organization or institution?
Host Spectrus JS on your organizational intranet or cloud.

Are you a smaller research group or class?
Host Spectrus JS from a central computer. Team members log in from their own devices/browsers.

Resources

Spectrus JS Demo

Watch this short demonstration video of the features of Spectrus JS.
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Watch this webinar to learn more about Spectrus JS—our new browser-based 1D and 2D NMR processing and interpretation software.
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Spectrus JS is an intuitive browser-based, 1D and 2D NMR data processing and interpretation application. This new product allows easy access to ACD/Labs NMR data processing tools using any operating system and from any location.
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This mini-symposium featured guest presentations from NMR experts at industry's leading companies, discussing how ACD/Labs software is being implemented into their analytical workflows to help accelerate R&D.
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The pharmaceutical and chemical industries have changed a lot in recent decades—has chemistry education kept up? Join us in this podcast for insightful perspectives on the future of chemistry, as well as stories of how Lego can be used to teach programing.
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In this poster, we examine modern technologies for NMR software development with their advantages and drawbacks for both the programmer and the end user, using specific examples from various implementations.
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