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How OSCAR interprets text and data

I recently posted ( Open NMR and OSCAR toolchains ) about how OSCAR can extract data from chemical articles, and in particular chemical theses. Wolfgang Robien points out November 24th, 2007 at 11:03 am e I think, no, I am … Continue reading

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Open NMR and OSCAR toolchains

I am currently refactoring Nick Day’s code that has supported “NMREye” – the collection of Open experiments and Data that he has generated as part of his thesis and have been trailed on this blog ( View post). One intention … Continue reading

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OPSIN/OSCAR: you + us = we; please help

I’m exploring how you and we may be able to work to improve OSCAR and OPSIN. Even if you aren’t interested in chemical names, you may find the general principles useful. One of the drawbacks of full Open Source and … Continue reading

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