This is a script-based processing programme which is used in combination with NMRDraw to visualise the data. It has been developed by scientists at the NIH and is free for academic users.

This software is written by Bruker and is used on their NMR machines. It has a relatively straight forward GUI. Some people may still be using Bruker’s old software, XWinNMR. Licences have to be paid for. TopSpin runs on a variety of operating systems.

This is a commercial programme based on a GUI. Extensions can be written using Fortran.

Azara is a suite of programmes to process and view NMR data. It is free for academic users.