Joint Software Centre

Funding for this software has been provided in part by the
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR Group)
and the
Protein Engineering Networks of Centres of Excellence (PENCE).

pjnmr - NMR Pulse Sequence Simulation Tool

Note: Funding/Resources for this project also provided by the National
High Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Center ( Nanuc).

Previous version 1.0.1 - Released in May 2002

Current version 2.0.1 - Released Nov 2002
Current version 2.0.3 - Released Apr 2003

Latest Release News

Apr 4/03 - I have made a number of small changes going from version 2.0.2 to 2.0.3.

  1. added antialiasing in order to improve the quality of the lines in the graphical sections
  2. added an Options menu that allows switching between black and white backgrounds (one day i will write this part properly).
  3. added "None" instead of " " for the nucleus list.
  4. made some changes to the installation script for unix installations. The new installation script should work correctly for solaris, sgi and linux platforms.
This version will be available for download on the nanuc website as soon as our testers are happy with it (I imagine this will be Monday, April 7).

Jan 15/03 - At least for the short term, the developers are choosing the nanuc website to host the software. However, this is not to diminish the funding provided by the Pence and MRC groups towards this project. It really is a joint effort.

Jan 2/03 - Some notes on getting pjnmr to run on an sgi.

Dec 30/02 - Version 2.0.2 changes the colors around so that the graphics are displayed on a white background. It also has an Install script for putting pjnmr in a central location (for unix systems). No changes in functionality.

Nov 11/02 - Version 2.0.1 corrects several small bugs in Version 2.0. Version 2.0 is no longer available for download.

Aug 30/02 - Version 2.0 has added functionality of gradients over v1.0.1.

May/02 - Version 1.0 of pjnmr released, based on the old macnmr software.

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