file conversion program,
version 1.0.19, 04.06.2001

[General - Examples - Changes - Availability]

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To give you an idea how it works:

Scan in the part of a publication containing the desired spectrum
(in this case from Inorg. Chem. 1996, 35, 3905).


Use your favorite drawing software to remove everything except for the spectrum itself.

Use SpecMake to generate the real part of an NMR spectrum.

If appropriate, SpecMake applies a Hilbert transformation to generate the imaginary part of the spectrum...

...so that one could do an inverse Fourier transformation to create an FID out of the scanned picture (not included in SpecMake)

Changes compared to version 1.0.13 (09.05.2000)


Download the self-extracting setup program for SpecMake (485 KB). To install SpecMake, transfer the package to your PC into a directory of our choice and execute SPECM10.EXE. Follow the on-screen instructions.

If you have problems, please feel free to contact us. Also, we would be glad to receive other feedback, e.g. bug reports, features you are missing but might be included in later versions, or questions. You could use, for example, the questionnaire in the help file as a template for your reply.

If you have any of our other Windows programs, make sure they are all of the actual release!

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