Last year this blog published a very long article on Reference Deconvolution. A lot of words and not even a single picture. The text was hard to follow and the subject seemed esoteric.
A different article appeared today, with far less words but enriched by a couple of self-explicatory pictures. The subject has become so easy that even my wife (who can't tell an NMR spectrum from an IR spectrum) understands it. For those who don't trust the pictures, the original Varian files are also furnished.
Suddenly, Reference Deconvolution becomes something you can touch.