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Version 3.0.1 downloads

Downloads for the 3.0.1 release of CcpNmr AnalysisAssign, 23 April 2020

Please inform us of any bugs, issues or feature requests via our online forum:

https://www.ccpn.ac.uk/forums/

    MacOSX Download

    We are not currently able to offer support for CcpNmr Analysis on MacOS Catalina. If you struggle to get the command line version to work with Catalina, then have a go with the Launcher and vice versa.
    We are also unable to offer support for MacOS 10.12 and earlier.

    Download the MacOS version from here:

    Launcher App:

    http://www.ccpn.ac.uk/download/3.0.1/CcpNmrLauncher.dmg

    Please make sure you follow the instructions in the installer window. The first time you launch the App you will probably have to open it with right-click / Open in order to verify that you want to open an App from an unregistered Developer (in future we hope to gain official Apple Developer status, but as yet we don't have this).
    If you encounter any errors that the App 'can't be opened' or 'is damaged', please go to System Preferences / Security & Privacy / General and select Allow apps downloaded from Anywhere. If Anywhere is not an option, open a terminal window and enter sudo spctl --master-disable and then try opening the app again via right-click / Open
    Once you have opened the Launcher once this way, you should be okay and can set you security settings back to Allow apps downloaded from App Store or App Store and identified developers.

    Download for command line installation:

    http://www.ccpn.ac.uk/download/3.0.1/ccpnmr3.0.1MacOS.tgz

    When you have downloaded the .tgz, just uncompress it where you want it on your disk (no blank spaces in the directory path!),

    e.g. tar xzf ccpnmr3.0.1MacOS.tgz ~/home/user/projects

    Open up an ordinary Mac terminal window and run bin/assign in the ccpnmr3.0.1 directory.  You can add the bin/ directory to your PATH, in which case you will then be able to run it just by typing assign. (Creating a symbolic link to assign will not work.). Alternatively, create an alias in your .bash or .cshrc.

    Please be aware that you have to have XQuartz installed on your Mac in order for Analysis to run correctly.

    See our video tutorial on command line installation of Analysis here.

    Example data files and tutorial projects can be downloaded below.

    Linux Download

    For Linux download one of the following and extract it:

    http://www.ccpn.ac.uk/download/3.0.1/ccpnmr3.0.1CentOS7.tgz

    http://www.ccpn.ac.uk/download/3.0.1/ccpnmr3.0.1OpenSUSE15.0.tgz

    http://www.ccpn.ac.uk/download/3.0.1/ccpnmr3.0.1Ubuntu16.04.tgz

    e.g.: tar xzf ccpnmr3.0.1CentOS7.tgz ~/home/users/projects

    This might also work for some other flavours of Linux (please let us know if they do!). If they do not work for a particular Linux variant, please contact us to see if we can work with you to get a distribution ready.

    See our video tutorial on command line installation of Analysis here.

    To run the programme, open a terminal window and run bin/assign in the ccpnmr3.0.1 directory.  You can add the bin/ directory to your PATH, in which case you will then be able to run it just by typing assign. (Creating a symbolic link to assign will not work.). Alternatively, create an alias in your .bash or .cshrc.

    Example data files and tutorial projects can be downloaded below.

    Windows10 Download - beta version

    For Windows10 you can download the following and extract it:

    http://www.ccpn.ac.uk/download/3.0.1/ccpnmr3.0.1Windows.zip

    Unzip the file (this may be quite a slow process) and then double-click on the assign.bat file to start the programme.

    This is a beta version and you may still encounter various bugs. Please let us know on the forum or by e-mail (ccpnmr3@gmail.com) if you encounter any problems, so we can help to fix them.

    We recommend running the programme on a 64-bit computer with minimum i5 processor. The programme may be slow to start up, but should then run okay. You can improve the performance by installing the programme on a solid state drive (SSD).

    Example data files and tutorial projects can be downloaded below.

    Data and Examples

    The following download contains tutorials and examples to experiment with. Download to your downloads folder and then extract to your projects folder, e.g. ~/home/user/projects,which will give you a new /data subdirectory:

    http://www.ccpn.ac.uk/download/3.0.0/data3.0.0.tgz

    tar xzf data3.0.0.tgz ~/home/user/projects/Analysis

    or alternatively use unzip:

    http://www.ccpn.ac.uk/download/3.0.0/data3.0.0.zip

    unzip data3.0.0.zip ~/home/user/projects/Analysis

    General Comments

    As soon as you start up AnalysisAssign, the first thing you should do is get the updates. These can be obtained via the help menu: Help --> Check for Updates. Once you have installed the updates, you need to quit the programme and restart it in order for the changes to take effect. If no updates are available then it will show a count of 0.

    Changes from V3.0.0

    • various stability issues and other bugs fixed
    • Windows 10 beta distribution available
    • changes to the update mechanism
    • changes to the data model
    • inclusion of OpenBabel
    • upgrade to Python3.8
    • change to z-plane navigation
    • improvements to strip plots
    • inclusion of MAS sidebands
    • Ctrl/Cmd+scroll or ZZ/XX to move through z-planes
    • Shift+scroll or QQ/WW to change contour levels
    • improvements to the use of working paths

    Notes for Analysis v2 Users

    If you open up an Analysis v2 project in v3 then it will automatically get converted to v3 format. The main difference between the formats for v2 and v3 is that in v3 the top-level directory has a ".ccpn" suffix attached, and the xml files are one level further down, in the sub-directory ccpnv3 of the project directory (inside that sub-directory you will find memops/, ccp/ and ccpnmr/, as usual).