I am very pleased to make the first post on this blog as I get to announce that ACD/Labs is making it's world-renowned ACD/NMR Processor, Freeware for academics!
This blog will serve as your one stop shop for learning the ins and outs of ACD/NMR Processor. My colleagues Joe DiMartino and Andy McLachlan, will be the main authors of this blog and will be regularly updating this space with tips and tricks, movies, insights, etc. Please feel free to leave a comment or a question and they will get back to you on the blog. Also, subscribe to the RSS feed with your feed reader, or subscribe for updates by email so you will instantly receive notice once this blog is updated.
To get you started, I highly encourage the following 3 docs to help you get started faster:
Over the years we had seen first-hand the evolution of walk up and open access NMR labs throughout academic institutions around the globe. During this time we observed the value that our software provides to these environments in academia and felt it was time to provide these tool for free to this community. By doing so we can ensure that all students and staff affiliated with an academic institution can benefit from free access to our software regardless of their financial situation.
Furthermore, many major organizations around the world have adopted ACD/Labs tools as their standard for NMR data handling, and we believe that exposing students to these tools before moving into the workforce will give them a head start.
ACD/NMR Processor has been one of the most popular offline desktop processing tools for 1D and 2D NMR data over the last decade. The software first made its name as a vendor-neutral processing and analysis platform that could truly integrate NMR spectra with chemical structures. Since then it has evolved into a mature package that includes a host of incredibly useful features to help students, chemists, and spectroscopists get the most out of their NMR data.
Download your free copy of NMR Processor Academic Edition.