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Fixed some misspellings.

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1 parent a1c1a38 commit 11574f9aebb305d087d3f17fd1dbfe6e44d24a9b @KlasJoensson KlasJoensson committed Mar 12, 2012
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  1. +4 −4 plugins/net.bioclipse.nmrshiftdb/cheatsheets/SubmitCheatSheet.xml
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
<intro>
<description>
This cheat sheet gives you a tutorial on how to submit data to NMRShiftDB. It will guide you through the process of submitting a structure and a spectrum to NMRShiftDB.
- Note that the order of the steps is partly open to you, also some elements may be obmitted either because you get the data from somewhere else or because you do not need them.
+ Note that the order of the steps is partly open to you, also some elements may be omitted either because you get the data from somewhere else or because you do not need them.
We will try to make clear where this is the case.
</description>
</intro>
@@ -26,20 +26,20 @@
<item title="Step 2: Creating the spectrum (or spectra)">
<description>
The second thing you need is a file containing the spectrum you want to submit. This can be in JCAMP-DX or CML format. If you do no yet have this from another source, you can use the Spectrum plugin to type your spectrum and save it (we
- recommand the CML file format). To create a new spectrum file, use "File"->"New ..."->"Spectrum"->"New Spectrum" (or use the "Click to perform" below). After presssing "Finish", you can open the new file by double clicking it and add the desired peaks.
+ recommand the CML file format). To create a new spectrum file, use "File"->"New ..."->"Spectrum"->"New Spectrum" (or use the "Click to perform" below). After pressing "Finish", you can open the new file by double clicking it and add the desired peaks.
If you need help, use "Help"->"Help Contents"->"The Spectrum Plugin". Once you have finished the spectrum save it. If you want several spectra (e. g. different nuclei) for the structure, you need to repeat this step.
</description>
<action pluginId="net.bioclipse.nmrshiftdb" class="net.bioclipse.nmrshiftdb.actions.CheatSheetAction" param1="newspec"/>
</item>
<item title="Step 3: Creating a literature entry (optional)">
<description>
If you do not want to have a literature entry in your submission, you can skip this step. If you want a literature entry, you need to have it in a BibTex file. You can take any BibTex tool you like or
- create one via "File"->"New ..."->"BibTex"->"New bibtex file". We recommand to use the template. You can then open the new file by double clicking it and copy/paste the template for your literature type and fill it in. Once you have finished save it.
+ create one via "File"->"New ..."->"BibTex"->"New bibtex file". We recommend to use the template. You can then open the new file by double clicking it and copy/paste the template for your literature type and fill it in. Once you have finished save it.
</description>
</item>
<item title="Step 4: Bringing it all together">
<description>
- You now have got the components you need and just want to combine them. For doing this, create a new "Spectrum and Molecule" file via "File"->"New ..."->"SpecMol"->"New Assigend Spectrum" (or use the "Click to perform" below). You first need to choose a name for your file (it will get the extension cml, so you need to choose a different name in case you already use cml files for
+ You now have got the components you need and just want to combine them. For doing this, create a new "Spectrum and Molecule" file via "File"->"New ..."->"SpecMol"->"New Assigned Spectrum" (or use the "Click to perform" below). You first need to choose a name for your file (it will get the extension cml, so you need to choose a different name in case you already use cml files for
structure or spectrum), then to choose the structure to include (normally the one you entered in step1) and finally the spectra (normally the spectra from step 2). Clicking "Finish" will give you a file ending with cml which you can open by double click and which shows you the structure
and one of your spectra (you can change between them in the outline view). Almost the only thing left are the assignments.
</description>

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