Yes, in the analysis tab, JASON has options for multiplet analysis. There are four buttons, Auto, Manual, Clear and Reanalyze.
The Auto button will carry out a full automated multiplet analysis, in which JASON will divide the spectrum into probable multiplets and attempt resolve the multiplet structures assuming they correspond to first order coupling patterns. The current peak list is used and if there is no peak list the auto multiplet analysis will automatically perform peak picking prior to the analysis.
The Manual button allows a user to select a region of the spectrum and JASON will attempt to resolve the multiplet structure from the peaks in that region. As with the auto analysis, if there have been no peaks picked in the region, JASON will perform and auto peak picking step prior to the analysis.
The clear button will clear all multiplets in the spectrum.
The peaks included in a multiplet can be edited using the selection tool from the context tool bar. In this mode peaks can be manual removed from or added into a multiplet. If the multiplet itself is selected it can be divided using the cut option. After modifying the multiplets, the user can reanalyze them using the Reanalyze button.
Once the user is happy with their multiplet analysis, the multiplets can be reported in two ways. Right clicking on the canvas brings up the context menu, at the bottom of this is the “create” option. The create sub menu gives the options for an integral/multiplet table which will create and interactive table containing the information about all the multiplets identified in the spectrum.
The multiplet report option creates a Journal-style summary of all the multiplets suitable for cutting and pasting into a publication.