Copyright©2009 Antony Williams
We continue to receive submissions of spectral data to ChemSpider and have continued to optimize our processes to submit and display the data. When last I blogged about this we had improved the display. I’m happy to comment that we have incrementally improved it again as shown in the example here.
if you open that example and open the Spectra tab you will see the display shown below. The information available shows the type of spectrum, the associated hyperlink (if submitted by the author), any comments the submitter made (see the IR spectrum at the bottom) as well as whether the data are “Approved”. Approved means that a curator, and ay of you can provide feedback on the quality and appropriateness of the spectra (!), has approved the spectrum as being consistent with the structure.
If you click on the green image of the spectrum then the JSpecview applet will open to show the spectrum embedded in the page as seen below.
Coincidentally there will be an article about the JSpecView applet showing up shortly in the ChemSpider Journal of Chemistry. The title will be “Color prediction with JSpecView”. Be sure to read how that applet is getting ever more capable.Stumble it!