With this release we introduce our new powerful automation platform – BeautifulJASON

  • 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

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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

  • Signal-to-noise ratio of NMR spectra can be computed using a new interactive tool
  • 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

  • GUI improvements

  • 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.