Contributions to this NMR database were done by the following people (alphabetical order, real names are given where users checked the "I want my real name to appear on the credits page" checkbox or the earlier "I want my real name to appear in the Hall of Fame" checkbox on the registration page. Setting can be changed on the personal page at any time):
|User||Number of submits|
|Nauth Alexander M.||7|
nmrshiftdb2 is open-source software. If you are interested in its development, you should go to the nmrshiftdb2 developers' page.
Contributions to the nmrshiftdb2 software were done by (alphabetical order):
Obviously we did not do everything ourselves, but used a lot of other software, mostly free software as well. A full list of used software with their licensing conditions is available. The most important ones are:
The Java SDK. nmrshiftdb2 is a Java program, compiled and running with the Java SDK by Sun Microsystems.
The application on www.nmrshiftdb.org is currently running under the Tomcat application server and the apache web server.
Our application is built on Jetspeed, a portal framework by the Apache project, which in turn is based on Turbine, also by Apache.
Graphs on the front page are made with jcharts.
For internal handling of chemical structures, the CDK was used.
For structure input, we use MarvinJS by ChemAxon.
The applets showing molecules are JChemPaint applets, part of the CDK project (until release 1.4.4 they were also used for input).
3D structures are shown via the JMol applets.
We used sourceforge.net for organising the project. You can also find everthing about nmrshiftdb2 there!
The development of the original nmrshiftdb2 software and initial hosting was supported by the Max-Planck-Institute of Chemical Ecology, Jena, the CUBIC centre at Universität zu Köln, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and the European Bioinformatics Institute.
The nmrshiftdb2 software is based on NMRShiftDB and is developed by private contributions. If you want to support the project in any form, contact the administrator.
All IUPAC Names listed within the nmrshiftdb2 DB have been generated with ACD/Name. ACD/Name is the quality standard in systematic nomenclature software. ACD/Labs also offers commercial solutions for NMR prediction (H1, C13, N15, F19, P31 and 2D NMR) and the largest commercial content databases in the world.
This server is provided by: Uni Koeln, Department Chemie, NMR