Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Markup Language
How to cite this record: FAIRsharing.org: NMR-ML; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Markup Language; DOI: https://doi.org/10.25504/FAIRsharing.es03fk; Last edited: March 15, 2018, 11:56 a.m.; Last accessed: Apr 22 2018 1:25 p.m.
|Contact||Daniel Schober ORCID|
Conditions of UseApplies to: Data use
Other Web Services
|A help page that list major nmrML compliant tools and webservices||http://nmrml.org/tools/|
nmrML: A Community Supported Open Data Standard for the Description, Storage, and Exchange of NMR Data
Daniel Schober, * , † Daniel Jacob, ‡ Michael Wilson, § Joseph A. Cruz, § Ana Marcu, § Jason R. Grant, § Annick Moing, ‡ Catherine Deborde, ‡ Luis F. de Figueiredo, ∥ Kenneth Haug, ∥ Philippe Rocca-Serra, ⊥ John Easton, # Timothy M. D. Ebbels, ⊗ Jie Hao, ⊗ Christian Ludwig, $ Ulrich L. Gu ̈ nther, × Antonio Rosato, ○ Matthias S. Klein, ¶ Ian A. Lewis, ¶ Claudio Luchinat, ○ Andrew R. Jones, ∇ Arturas Grauslys, ∇ Martin Larralde, + Masashi Yokochi, ◆ Naohiro Kobayashi, ◆ Andrea Porzel, & Julian L. Gri ffi n, % Mark R. Viant, ■ David S. Wishart, § Christoph Steinbeck, ∥ Reza M. Salek, * , ∥ and Ste ff en Neumann
Anal. Chem. 2017
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