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Remote Data Access

All NMR Facility users are required to maintain their own backup of their own NMR data.

How to integrate H-NMR spectra in Bruker Topspin. How to Peak Picking in H-NMR spectra in Bruker Topspin. How to Publish H-NMR spectra in Bruker Topspin. Q: Does the free TopSpin Processing include NUS processing? A: Yes the NUS processing for 2D spectra that is included for free in the regular Topspin software is also available in the academic version. Q: Does the free Topspin Processing version include NMR Guide? Q: Does the free Topspin Processing version include NMR-Sim? A professional way to visualize, process, analyze and report your 1D and 2D NMR data. Supports the specific NMR needs of analytical and organic chemists with very nice tools for chemical shifts assignments. You will need your GatorID credentials. Topspin is the Bruker software. Convenient because you are already familiar with it.

Data from the user accounts on the NMR 400 and NMR 500 can be accessed remotely through Secure Shell/Secure FTP protocols (SSH/SFTP).

To access your data, you will need to know your NMR computer username and password, as well as the IP address of the NMR workstation computer.

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For the NMR 400, the IP address is For the NMR 500, the IP address is

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Updated instructions are forthcoming; if you need help accessing your data now, contact Jason Guo for assistance.

There are numerous desktop applications, as well as extensions for certain web browsers that can be used to transfer your NMR data. The most popular options are Cyberduck (available for free for Windows & Mac) and SSH Secure Shell Client. Linux operating systems have built in SSH protocols.

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For processing of your NMR data on your own computer, we recommend using Bruker Topspin (version 3.5pl7), which is available free to all in academia. Visit the Bruker website and register with your Northeastern University email address for access to the software download.