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General Discussions => General Discussion => Topic started by: Ronghui on January 13, 2013, 03:51:48 AM
I am trying to plot NMR spectrum (with a list of data points) in Mathematica, but it gave me reverse ordered spectrum where 0 ppm is shown on the left, and higher value like 10 ppm is on the right side.
How to plot the spectrum with descending x-axis, like having 10 ppm on the left and 0 ppm on the right side?
So far as I can tell, there's no simple universal option in Mathematica. Some possibilities are discussed here:
In Matlab, the command is
Thanks for your reply. Yes I am aware of the Matlab method to reverse the axis. I was wondering if Mathematica has a similar function.
I converted Bruker data into a list which can be read into Mathematica for plotting, and tried to plot the chemical shift scale as well.
Do you have a way to convert Bruker/Varian data into Matlab recognizable form?
This turns out to be very helpful. Thanks.
I think matNMR here
has data import facilities for all major vendors.