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Tutorial added Tutorial for R1/R2 Relaxation curve-fitting analysis on varian recorded as fid interleaved
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Tutorial added Relaxation dispersion analysis R1_rho recorded on varian
Tutorial added Relaxation dispersion analysis cpmg fixed time recorded on varian as fid interleaved
Tutorial added Adding relaxation dispersion models to relax
wiki namespace changed The wiki is now placed at: http://wiki.nmr-relax.com as of 19 of July 2013
GPL License The License has been changed to GPL v3.
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== Notes on time consumption ==

See comments from Edward.
mailing list correspondance

Example

A performed 'cpmg fixed' relaxation dispersion analysis, for a dataset with 68 residues.
Analysed with 22 intensity files, with 4 triple replications.
Time consumption was approximately 20 hours.
The analysed models were: R2eff', 'No Rex','LM63','CR72'

What takes time ?

Precision

By default relax uses much higher precision optimisation than most other softwares.
This is based on the philosophy that more accurate results are worth the wait,
especially considering that this time is relatively small in comparison to the measurement and processing time (and adding the inevitable re-measurements). <

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R1 analysis
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Model-free analysis
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