Dear Wayne and Tim,
at the moment it seems that when making strips in a spectral window,
the acive strip toggle function doesnt work. for example, i cant load
different residues to one strip, all strips gets affected. this has
worked before and is very good for making assignment strip plots.
Tomas Jacso PhD student
Group of Solid-state NMR,
Leibniz Institute für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP)
Robert-Rössle Str. 10
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>>> Wayne Boucher <[log in to unmask]> 09.11.2007 01:37 >>>
Actually, I wonder if I'm wrong about that. Tim will know for sure...
On Fri, 9 Nov 2007, Wayne Boucher wrote:
> What Brian suggest can be done if the spectra data are all located in
> Patrick is correct about what an Experiment is supposed to represent.
> particular, it is supposed to represent an experiment done on a
> a specific date in specific conditions. Of course this type of
> data could either be deeemed to be several experiments or one.
> On Thu, 8 Nov 2007, Brian Smith wrote:
> > On Thu, 8 Nov 2007, Patrick van der Wel wrote:
> > > The experiment vs spectra vs experiment series terminology can be
> > > unclear (at least it was to me). The idea is that a ccpnmr
> > > actually just a single dataset (i.e. single 1D or 2D or 3D). If
> > > a series of different measurements (e.g. 2Ds) as part of a T1
> > > should *not* put them as individual spectra within a single
> > > but instead set them as distinct experiments that you can
> > > define as part of an experiment series.
> > But you could combine them into a single pseudo3D with the T1 delay
> > the third dimension and handle them under a single experiment.
> > --
> > Dr. Brian O. Smith ---------------------- B Smith at bio gla ac uk
> > Division of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology,
> > Institute Biomedical & Life Sciences,
> > Joseph Black Building, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ, UK.
> > Tel: 0141 330 5167/6459/3089 Fax: 0141 330 8640