JSpecView 2.1.1/SVN1550 /2014-03-05

JSpecView is a viewer for spectral data in the JCAMP-DX format, and it allows you to study and predict the variations of a visible spectrum
JSpecView - JSpecView is a useful program that can display JCAMP-DX and AnIML/CML spectral files.
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The JSpecView Project provides an applet and application for the display of JCAMP-DX and AnIML/CML spectral files.

The program supports H NMR spectra and multiple modes of spectrum dispaly: grid, x and y coordinates, overlayed spectrum frequencies and multilevel zoom-in.

The software allows you to highlight portions of the spectrum, print the spectrum, convert between Absorbance and Transmittance (for UV/Vis and IR) and to view the header or properties of the spectrum.

JSpecView is built as a reliable and easy-to-use viewer for spectral data in the JCAMP-DX format. It can export files as PDF, SVG or JPG and PNG.

Main features:

  • Load any data file in JCAMP-DX format (limited support for beta vs 6 and importing AnIML and CML files)
  • Highlight portions of the spectrum
  • Many levels of zooming in and out
  • Print the Spectrum
  • Reverse the plot
  • Show a grid
  • Show the coordinates as the mouse moves over the plot
  • Convert between Absorbance and Transmittance (for UV/Vis and IR)
  • Integrate H NMR spectra
  • Has four possible views or interfaces for compound files: single, overlay, tab or tile
  • View the header or properties of the spectrum
  • Java scripting and Live Connect support *
  • Export different JCAMP-DX compression formats *
  • Export as AnIML, CML, JPG, PNG or SVG *

last updated on:
April 11th, 2014, 20:37 GMT
file size:
748 KB
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developed by:
R.J. Lancashire
operating system(s):
Windows All
C: \ Programming \ Other Programming Files
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