Tuesday, February 20, 2007


Only today I discovered a mature software called MRUI. It's free (requires a not simple registration), written in Java and either you already know it or you need not it.
MRUI is about in-vivo spectroscopy and, according to the web site, "more than 780 research groups worldwide in 53 countries benefit from" it.


At 10:22 PM, Blogger Mauro A. said...

Il buon vecchio Aad van Den Boogaart! Mi ricordo il programma "genitore", ero iscritto alla mailing list. Era in fortran mi pare. E' stato uno dei primi a usare la LP (ma quella vera, dove tiri fuori anche le frequenze e le fasi). Ci daro' un'occhiata. Grazie per il link. Mauro

At 5:33 PM, Blogger BorNeOGal said...

Hi im so glad i saw your site.Ive been puzzling on how to solve my problem?how do i identify a compound from a proton Nmr. I know the chemical shifts and i tried looking at the journals but none is identical to my compound based on chemical shifts.Im getting a bit desperate.Im not really good with chemistry so i need all the help i can get.Can you please please help me.is there a software i can use?

At 5:43 PM, Blogger old swan said...

Dear BorneoGal, try with this database:


At 1:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am wondering that is there any way I can get the MRUI, I tried to contact MRUI people. They do not reply to my email about license, I am not sure whether they are receiving my email or their account is closed. Please let me know.


At 2:19 PM, Blogger old swan said...

Hi Mike,
I can understand you. I have waited more than 1 year to recive NMRPipe. I have no experience with MRUI. Just in case your mail has been reject as spam by an automatic filter, try using a different email account. I wonder why they restrict the access to a program if they have no time to replies to the mail.

At 10:08 PM, Blogger eva said...

Hi! you have a usefull site and i really need your your help!
i am confuzed on how to install jmruo for windows xp.i have a txt document that says
- Windows : launch the jmrui.bat file in the root directory of jMRUI
Batch mode : launch jmruicl.bat
Ex.: call_jmruicl.bat shows an example of calling jMRUI batch mode"
but i think i don't understand what to do!i tried to follow the instraction but nothing seems to work! can someone explain what to do step by step?
Thanks a lot

At 10:14 PM, Blogger old swan said...

I am afraid I can't help you 'cause I have a Mac and I never used MRUI. You have commented a very old post and there's no reasonable hope that you can receive an answer quickly.

At 10:25 PM, Blogger eva said...

thanks anyway!but please if you have smt in mind,let me know

At 11:01 PM, Blogger eva said...

ok i found it!!!!!!

At 11:06 PM, Blogger old swan said...

I am really glad you found the solution!

At 5:06 PM, Blogger Pallab said...


I use MRUI. From my experience they are not very good in helping you to get registered and so on. However, I was able to get get MRUI by directly contacting Danielle Graveron-Demilly, Ph.D at danielle.graveron@univ-lyon1.fr. May be you should do the same.



At 1:11 PM, Blogger eva said...

Hi there!Pallab i saw to the blog that you are a MRUI user. Can you plz contact me via e-mail because i want to ask several things about this software.
Looking forward hearing from you. Thank you

At 3:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, i have got jMRUI 3.0 but am not able to install the software on my Macintosh computer which i use at home. If any one knows how this could be done please respond with instructions. Having to analyze all the data away from home is not the most convenient situation for me at all.

At 9:32 PM, Anonymous NikoDeko said...

Hi ! i have a big problem with the 4.0 version of jMRUI, it doesn't work correctly on mac. There are some problems with the conversion module. It can't read siemens file for example (.rda NUM4). I have the message not compatible with osx mac.
Do you have any idea in order to resolve that problem?

At 9:40 PM, Blogger old swan said...

if MRUI does not work try with another program, like iNMR...


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