BeautifulJASON opens access to JASON’s capabilities from your Python projects and helps incorporate the JASON NMR processing engine into your automatic laboratory workflows
Other highlights in this release include significantly improved DOSY analysis; new, vastly extended version of SMILEQ – our qNMR plugin; multiple GUI and user-experience improvements
The latest version of JASON and the most advanced digital toolkit for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance labs is here!
Improved Solvents editor. The solvent editor can simulate solvent spectra. It’s possible to import/export solvent data
More functionality for DOSY:
DOSY results (diffusion coefficients, etc.) reported in a new table
Create the DOSY results table, the Arrayed table and charts from the Kinetic panel
Support for DOSY equations in the Fitting dialog, and visualization of DOSY fitting
Automatic calculation of corrected diffusion time from pulse sequence parameters
Multiplets can be created not only from the specified spectral region, but also directly from the selected peaks. Manual manipulation of multiplet peaks fully supports Undo/Redo
Improvements for qNMR and a new version of the SMILEQ plugin:
SMILEQ uses default mapping of the qNMR parameters from the experimental datasets
Increased speed of qNMR calculations
Improved user interface for internal and external standard calculations
SMILEQ is able to use multiple reference spectra and multiple signals in the reference spectrum
ISO-compliant qNMR uncertainty budget calculations
Pulse sequence correcection (PULCON) and Solvent correction (SOLCOR) can be applied in the external standard method.
More options to report qNMR results.
Better support of NMR vendor file formats:
More Magritek experiments are automatically recognized. Improved recommended processing
Baseline correction is added to default processing for Oxford Instruments benchtop spectra
As always, more improvements for NMR processing:
Recommended apodization takes into account the nuclei information
Digital resolution is reported by the zero-fill processing widget
nD (n>2) NMR spectra can be referenced using Manual Referencing dialog
Reference deconvolution (for 1D spectra and 2D DOSY) is implemented via the external command feature. A set of factory default scripts are available from our website
We did some homework and reintroduced floating license support
Integrals can be classified in a similar way to peak classifications. Smart sum integration can exclude some types of integrals in addition to some peak types
By default, images in JASON keep their aspect ratio when resized
Better copy/paste for annotations. A group of annotations can be moved together
Some display options can be applied to all selected NMR spectra at once
Various improvements for charts and tables:
Filtering can be applied in the Integrals/Multiplets tables
Columns with errors in standard JASON tables are detected and displayed on charts automatically
Better Undo/Redo support in tables
More consistent display of decimal places on charts
Under the bonnet improvements:
Better support for rules using command-line options.
We also performance-tuned our software and fixed a few bugs.