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Development of an interactive spectral analysis system application to nmr spectroscopy


, : Development of an interactive spectral analysis system application to nmr spectroscopy. Computers & Chemistry 5(1): 9-18

A data analysis center for a multi-user spectroscopic laboratory is described. The design and development of software for the center is discussed as is the philosophy of software design. Problems in the development of large interactive programs are noted and remedies suggested. Specific examples of features found in the data center are illustrated.

Accession: 005132485

DOI: 10.1016/0097-8485(81)80002-2

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