How to use this book

The FELIX Tutorials are a set of step-by-step procedures that illustrate typical examples of processing raw NMR data.

There are two ways to access the tutorials, either at MSI's website ( or from the installed Insight II documentation CD ($MSIDOC). Any updates or corrections will be posted to the web site, making the information at the most current.

Although an index and table of contents are provided, you are encouraged to make use of the searching capabilities of your browser to locate information.

The tutorials are only available online. If you want, you may print individual chapters of this guide using your browser's printing capability.

Please see the online help for more information about the commands in the menu interface. For information about the FELIX interface or the FELIX command language, please see the online FCL Command Language Reference and FELIX books.

Who should use this documentation

This documentation is intended for FELIX users who want to become familiar with the program by working through tutorial lessons.

The tutorial lessons illustrate a wide range of topics, including:

You will probably want to familiarize yourself with a few things before working with the FELIX tutorials:

Before you begin, be certain that you have these things available on your workstation:

Related books

You can find additional information about general molecular modeling, structure determination, and NMR data analysis in several other online documentation sets:

Typographical conventions

Unless otherwise noted in the text, this book uses the typographical conventions described below:

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