NMRbox workshop @ GRASP

Overview

NMRbox is a cloud-accessible computational platform populated with 100+ software packages for computation and analysis in biomolecular NMR. This workshop provides an introduction to NMRbox, with an emphasis on nonuniform sampling (NUS) and non-Fourier methods used to process NUS data.  The NMRbox workshop is embedded within the GRASP meeting

All content presented here is for individual use only and may not be distributed in any form without permission from the author.  Data sets used during the tutorials will be made available within NMRbox at /tutorial/workshops/2017-GRASP.


Date

October 14, 2017
10:30am – 2pm

Location

University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS
Lecture Auditorium 1020, School of Pharmacy Building
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Syllabus

Jeff Hoch, UConn Health [10-10:15am]
Introduction to NMRbox workshop
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Mark Maciejewski, UConn Health [10:15-11:00am]
Introduction to NMRbox VM
PDF


Jeff Hoch, UConn Health [11:00-12pm]
Nonuniform sampling + Non-Fourier Spectrum Analysis

PDF

tutorial: nus-tool

PDF


[lunch 12-1]


Mark Maciejewski, UConn Health [1-2:30pm]
MaxEnt and NMRfx reconstruction workflows for NUS experiments

tutorial: MaxEnt

PDF
tutorial: autonus

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Questions?

Please contact us at workshop@nmrbox.org