Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego and who and where is Katie Crow? We’re still looking for her ever since she put her photo on ChemSpider and took advantage of the new capability we have for depositing images.

Well, a more appropriate use of the function is to actually deposit images of appropriate data. JSpecView does not support 2D NMR data at present but such data can still be of value. Ryan Sasaki from ACD/Labs was kind up enough to give me an example 2D COSY spectrum for strychnine so i could use it as a proof of concept. It is available under the spectra tab at this record (see the bottom of the page). This 2D spectrum could also show a structure with correlations etc.

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