thanks a lot for your advice, it perfectly works.
But I have another question: this procedure creates a new peak list with the
same name of the original, the only difference is the list number (2 instead
of 1). Is there a way to edit this name? I have tried in the peak list
window, but it seems to be not editable.
Thanks in advance.
On Fri, 15 Jan 2010 15:53:07 +0000, Wayne Boucher <[log in to unmask]>
>We haven't had anyone ask about synthetic spectra before (well, that I
>remember!) so it's not been catered for. In particular, as you found, the
>Format Converter only creates an experiment. And Analysis does something
>similar in the Experiment --> Experiments dialog, so that wouldn't help
>Do you have another 2D tocsy that you could use as a model for this?
>On Fri, 15 Jan 2010, Francesca Chignola wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I am trying to create a synthetic spectra and peak list from chemical shift
>> list, but I have some doubts about the procedure.
>> I think I have to use "predict from shift" in the "synthetic list" window,
>> but I encounter the first problem when I have to select the spectrum.
>> Indeed, I have tried to create a 2D tocsy experiment using FormatConverter:
>> it works and I have obtained the experiment in the experiment list of my
>> project. But I have no spectra associated to this experiment and I can't
>> continue to predict the peak list from shift.
>> Does anyone have any idea about how to create the spectra to associate? Or
>> does anyone know any better solution?
>> Thanks in advance.