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Overview of ADIT-NMR

Instructions for first-time users of ADIT-NMR

Before You Start

ADIT Help

Creating a Session

Entering Data

Depositing Experimental Data Files

ADIT Deposit Page

This is what you will see when you go to the 'Deposit Data File' page. Notice that the Restart ID is at the top of the page. You can get to this page from both the category list and a button in the title frame. Press the 'Browse' button to search for the desired file on your computer and then press the 'Send file' button to upload it. You can only select one file at a time.

We will be able to process your deposition more efficiently if you use the pulldown menus in the 'Kind of Data' and 'File Syntax' fields to give us some information about your file. If you choose 'NMR STAR 3.0' as the file's syntax, ADIT will pre-process it as it is uploading. Otherwise, the file will be processed afterward.

Once your file has been deposited, its data will not appear in other ADIT windows or previews. The data is reviewed and processed by BMRB annotators before it is integrated with the meta-data.

BMRB uses the Self-defining Text Archival and Retrieval (STAR) format (developed by Hall and Spadiaccini) for all NMR data stored there. There are tools on the BMRB website to help you format your data in this format. In particular, STARch will convert data files between several common NMR data formats and the STAR format.

It is not absolutely necessary to have your data in NMR-STAR format before you deposit it, but it is very helpful.

Previewing and Depositing your entry

Data conversion and help tools


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