It is now possible to generate a Poisson Gap NUS sampling schedule inside TopSpin 3.
There is an AU program called nusPGSv3 in TopSpin 3. Just type this command. It will ask you a few questions:
- Random Seed – 0 is default.
- Sine portion for sampling – 2 is default.
- Number of points to collect (complex points). 10% of the current number of complex points is selected by default. You can change the value to suit your needs.
- Tolerance = 0.01% is default. Sometimes the scheduler has difficulty getting the exact number of samples you asked for. So you may have to increase the tolerance.
- Shuffle the schedule (0=no, 1=yes)
Now you’re done and you can just type zg. The AU program generates the schedule, and sets all the Bruker parameters (like NusPOINTS).
The data can be processed in exactly the same ways as native TS3 NUS data.