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pyPULSAR – A free solid-state NMR simulation program



This program has been developped (in different forms) since (at least) 1994 by :

-* Jean Paul Amoureux, Unité de Catalyse et Chimie du Solide, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Lille et Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, FRANCE

-* Christian Fernandez, Laboratoire de Catalyse et Spectrochimie, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs de CAEN et Université de Caen Basse-Normandie, FRANCE

We have decided to make it free for all NMR users interested by the simulation of Solid State NMR spectra (especially of quadrupolar nuclei).


pyPULSAR is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
When presenting a work where pyPULSAR was used, please cite the following paper (see REFERENCES) and web documentation pages.


Please cite the following paper and our documentation pages ( when publishing a work that was facilitated by the use of pyPULSAR:

| « A useful tool for the elaboration of new solid-state NMR experiments: PULSAR » , JP Amoureux, C Fernandez, Y Dumazy – JOURNAL DE CHIMIE PHYSIQUE ET DE PHYSICO CHIMIE BIOLOGIQUE, 92 (10): 1939-1942 OCT 1995|


PyPulsar is in development stage (version 0.1). This is to say that there is absolutely no warranty of stability. It is delivered mainly for evaluation and debugging purpose.

If you use it, you will find some bugs:

– Please use the pyPulsar bug tracking pages to report them. This will be very helpful!


Major steps in the development will be (presumably) the following:

-* Open source version of this program will be released as soon when version 0.1 will be STABLE.

-* Version 0.2 will include fitting of 1D experimental spectra (As it is done in MASAI).

-* Version 0.3 will include 2D modeling (as it is done in MASAI a previous non-released software)


If you have some knowledge of Python programming and subversion (SVN) repository, you can probably help in developing the graphical and/or scripting interfaces. This would be VERY appreciated. Please contact me.


To be developped


See documentation pages


| Package | Release | Status | Date | Download |
|pyPulsar | | | | |
| | 0.1.rc1-WIN32 | ALPHA – This is the first release candidate of pyPULSAR version 0.1. (It is important to note that this program is in developpement stage and thus may present instabilities.
Please report all bugs to pyPulsar bug tracking at BerliOS Developer Logo
| 2007.02.04 ||

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