Allow us to introduce one of our cooperation partners to you, the NMRium project. NMRium is a joint project of Zakodium, a chemoinformatics company from Switzerland, and the DFG-funded IDNMR project. Together, they are developing a web-based visualizer and editor for 1D and 2D NMR spectra. On the website, you can already test 1D and 2D NMR functionalities like peak picking, integration, assignment, and more, without installing software, completely in the browser! A teaching module is also available, where you can create your own exercises with 1D and 2D spectra for your students to elucidate the structure.
If you are a chemist working in synthesis, you might come across NMRium more often in the future, as it is intended to become the NMR viewer component of several NFDI4Chem-related services like the Chemotion ELN or the NMR repository in construction.
Figure 1: Webpage screenshot of the 2D NMR spectra visualizer.