Re: nmrPipe/nmrDraw in class
- I think that is a great idea, too. These lectures portable will
helpful in use nmrPipe and nmrdraw. I expect that this idea could
come true!Thanks at all!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "John West" <john.west@f...> wrote:
> I think that this is a great idea. You can make you lectures
> store it on the web. That way, anyone who wishes can download your
> and replay it and their convenience.
> John West
> Assistant Professor
> Department of Chemistry
> Florida A&M University
> -----Original Message-----
> From: FightingFalcon15 [mailto:phoney_email_account@y...]
> Sent: Monday, September 27, 2004 5:52 PM
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> Subject: [nmrpipe] nmrPipe/nmrDraw in class
> Hi all,
> Frank suggested that I share my experiences using nmrPipe/nmrDraw in
> teaching (advanced graduate level) NMR course. I hook up my linux
> laptop to a projector and then do all mainpulations in front of the
> class. To begin with, I take nmrPipe processing script and comment
> all instructions. Then I start reintroducing different features one
> one: FT in direct dimension, FT in indirect dimension, phasing,
> function, zero-filling, etc. Every time I run the script and show
> spectrum in nmrDraw to demonstrate the effect that it has had (and
> every time this is accompanied with some chalk-and-talk to explain
> principles). It seems to be a pretty graphical way to demonstrate
> everything from FT to linear prediction. A lot of fun for sure.
> Happy piping!
> Nikolai Skrynnikov
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