JASON version 3.1 is here to expand your NMR processing and analysis capabilities and automation options!
DOSY functionality has expanded!
In JASON 3.1, we have introduced a new table to report the DOSY results which can now be created from the Kinetic panel alongside the Arrayed table and charts.
The fitting dialog has introduced support for the Stejskal-Tanner equations allows you to visualize the fitting of diffusion data and DOSY analysis. We have introduced automatic calculation of the corrected diffusion time directly from the pulse sequence parameters. You can further improve your DOSY processing by using reference deconvolution via the External Command processing scripts, downloadable here .
Alongside JASON 3.1, we bring to you BeautifulJASON, our new powerful automation platform powered by Python™. Now, the functionality of JASON can be used directly from your Python project just by importing the BeautifulJASON package. Thinking of automating your lab workflow or starting a AI project leveraging your analytical data? BeautifulJASON will provide the tools you need to access the power of JASON from your application.
Click here to learn more about how BeautifulJASON can expand your capabilities and automation today. Ready to give it a go? You can easily install it using the following command: ‘pip install beautifuljason’. In just a few moments, you will be ready to explore all the features and improvements it brings to your projects!
SMILEQ brings ISO compliance and more automation functionality
JASON 3.1 brings with it a new version of the SMILEQ plugin containing many updates and improved features.
With automation and ease of use in mind, SMILEQ now has default mappings for qNMR parameters from the experimental datasets giving you more time to focus on your analysis. Custom mappings remain fully supported. The speed of qNMR calculations has been increased too!
SMILEQ is able to use multiple reference spectra and multiple signals in the reference spectrum. There is also an updated and improved user interface for both internal and external standards calculations making it easier to use. Pulse sequence parameter correction (PULCON) and Solvent correction (SOLCOR) can both be applied the external standard analyses.
Most importantly, SMILEQ can now produce ISO 24583 compliant qNMR uncertainty budget calculations. There are also more options to report qNMR results with this new version of SMILEQ.
These are just some of the main highlights of the new features in JASON 3.1, there are many many more which can be found in the full list here.
We hope that you will enjoy using JASON 3.1 and its associated new features, don’t delay, update your JASON and SMILEQ today, install the BeautifulJASON package and let us know how you’re automating your workflows!