# nmrAna

**nmrAna** is a Matlab-based tool for analysis of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) measurements. The program allows to analyse the enitre series of measured spectra as a function of temperature and other parameters like Tau in case of spin-lattice time (*T*_{1}) measurements.

### Authors

- Anton Potočnik (IJS, F5)
- Andraž Krajnc (KI)
- Peter Jeglič (IJS, F5)
- Tomaž Apih (IJS, F5)

### Features

- Automatic fast fourier transform from FID with auto phase and auto SHL option.
- Analysis of
*T*_{1}and*T*_{2}measurements with fitting of magnetization curves (fminsearch) - Analysis of pulse-length optimization measurements (
*D*_{1}) - Analysis of frequency sweep measurements
- Linescan analysis (
*e.g.*analyse*T*_{1}over the spectra line) - Spectral component fitting using entire magnetization recovery measurements
- Extraction of spectra from magnetization recovery measurements
- Spectral moment analysis
- Plot of various experimental parameters

Analytical functions are defined in separate files, so one can easily add new functions or change the existing ones.

### Recognized file formats

- In-house 7NMR file format
- Andraž Krajnc developed conversion tool from Bruker NMR data files to 7NMR format

### Screen shot

### Download

Distributed under GNU GPL licence. If the analysis obtained by this tool is going to be published in any journal, the authors are required to cite this webpage.

Name |
Date |
Size |
Description |

nmrAna1.0 | 11-11-2012 | 350 kB | Beta |

### Documentation

#### FFT parameters

**SHL**shift left (index)

**PH**phase (radians)

**autoSHL = 0, 1, 2, 3**

**autoPH = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4**

**autoPH_SPC = 1,2,3**

**LB**exponential (Lorentzian) line broadening (Hz)

**SI**time domain (number of FFT points, must be 2^n)

**DE = 0,1**double echo

**TURN = 0,1**invert frequency axis (required for 380 MHz spectrometer)

**autoCorrInd = 1:5**vector of sorted indeces that are used for auto correction

**avrPoints**number of FID data points around SHL used to calculate mean Phase.

**range = [left right]**range in Hz for plotting spectra stack

**Dy**y-spacing between spectra in the stack

**PH_v**central frequency for autoPH_SPC

**LIM = [left right]**integration limits for T1, T2, … analysis

**CUT**lower value for weighted SHL linear fit

#### Spectrum parameters

**REF**reference frequency in MHz

**isPPM = true/false**convert to ppm

**ppmRange = [left right]**

**nParams = [-left right ampl]**range and amplitude parameters

range = [nParams(1) nParams(2)] (ppm or kHz)

**NORM** Normalization

0: multiply spectrum with nParams(3)

1: divide spectrum by maximal value and multiply it with nParams(3)

2: divide spectrum by maximal value within the range and multiply it with nParams(3)

3: divide spectrum by area within the range and multiply it with nParams(3)

4: multiply spectrum with temperature and nParams(3)

otherwise: multiply spectrum with 1

**spcSumInd = [1:5]** sum spectra at ordered indeces specified in vector

**CUT2** cutoff for moment analysis

#### Fitting parameters

**SIMtype = ‘T1-1mS’ ** fitting function, see available functions by pressing *SIMtype* button

**Niter** number of iterations

**indFIT** = [1] define vector of limits for fitting. If LIM has more raws indFIT vector can choose which to fit

**allinitpar** vector of initial parameters. By pressing *CP* button, allinitpar are substituted by the latest fitting results

**allresetpar** vector of reset parameters. By pressing *RP* button, allinitpar is substituted by allresetpar

**indFitpar** vector of parameter indeces to fit. Parameters with indeces not listed here are kept fix.

**Trun** = {‘[1/T1/T]ylog’, ‘delta’, ‘[alpha]’} special description of plotted parameters as a function of temperature at the end of *Run analysis*.

#### Sweep spectra parameters

**SUMdelta** frequency step in MHz of summed spectrum

**Fmin** left cutoff in kHz in summed spectrum

**Fmax** right cutoff in kHz in summed spectrum

**Lmin**, **Lmax** left and right cutoff in kHz for each individual spectrum

Weights (S) are calculated from Spectra between min(LIM) and max(LIM). After running Sweep, weights are calculated from Spectra between Lmin and Lmax.

For more information or bug report please contact me.