SWizard is a small, simple application specially designed to help you postprocess spectral data.
A spectrum is convoluted as a sum of Gaussian, Lorentzian, or pseudo-Voigt functions.
For UV-Vis spectra, the program reads excitation energies and oscillator strengths directly from output files and produces electronic spectra of molecules in the ASCII data format.
For IR/Raman spectra, the program reads the vibrational frequencies and intensities directly from Gaussian or “free-format” files and produces vibrational spectra of molecules in the ASCII data format.


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“SWizard takes the raw experimental data obtained by a computer spectrophotometer or spectrometer (e.g. a double-beam spectrophotometer, a double-beam spectrometer, a Fourier transform IR spectrometer, a Fourier transform Raman spectrometer, a dispersive-type spectrometer) and convolves it with the spectroscopic parameters of the molecule, e.g. wavenumbers of absorption lines, Gaussian or Lorentzian line widths, oscillator strengths, and Raman scattering intensities, and optionally saves the result as a file in the ASCII data format. SWizard works with spectra obtained by double-beam spectrophotometers and the Ebel method. In the context of computer spectroscopy, “double-beam” means that the instrument measures the intensity of both the sample and reference beams simultaneously. The program’s purpose is to ease the postprocessing of data files and spectra obtained with a computer spectrophotometer or spectrometer. In order to avoid analyzing data for which spectroscopic parameters are not available or setting them manually, the program automatically detects and automatically sets the spectroscopic parameters (e.g. wavenumbers of lines, their full widths at half maximum, and intensities of lines), or asks the user to specify them manually. The user can enter excitation energy values manually, but if the values are omitted then they are determined automatically using the spectrum shape. Wavelengths and widths of spectral lines are determined by the user, but the program determines the intensities using the intensities from the reference spectrum. In the program’s present version, only the Gaussian and Lorentzian functions are used for the convolution.”

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SWizard starts automatically after the data is loaded or after the DOS/Floppy files are accessed.
New DOS/Floppy files are created if necessary and the newly created DOS/Floppy files are associated with the original spectra files (spectra.dat).
The DOS/Floppy files are searched for the DAT file of the spectrum that is to be analyzed (the spectrum whose data files are to be processed by the program).
Once the spectrum is loaded, the user may select one or more data files for processing.
The data files are listed as either “spectra” or “ATTRIBUTE”.
For each file listed as spectrum, the user may specify the energy, wavelength, transmission coefficient, and the number of scans.
On the other hand, each file listed as ATTRIBUTE is processed as follows:
(1) The DAT file is first opened in the ASCII format (see “SWizard data files” below).
(2) The header information of the spectrum is then displayed.
(3) The file “Scan” is opened.
(4) The file “scan” is scanned for line numbers of the actual data points of the spectrum.
(5) The energy and wavelength values are read from the DAT file at the line numbers that correspond to the data points, then displayed.
The user may specify the number of scans for each file. If desired, a file may be processed in multiple cycles (meaning that the data points of a file are processed more than once and that the same file is not processed twice).
The file “scan” may also be processed by using the program “Scan”.
SWizard data files:
The user may specify the following parameters for the DOS/Floppy files in the “File Specification” dialog window:
Source File: Name of the file containing the data of the spectrum. A file named “DAT” is associated with the file. The original file is not processed.
Input File: Name of the file containing the data of the spectrum. A file with a different name is associated with the file. The original file is not processed. The file may be either ASCII or Gaussian.
Output File: Name of the file. A new file is created and associated with the file. The file may be either ASCII or Gaussian.
Absorption File: Name of the file containing the absorption information. A file with a different name is associated with the file. The original file

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WWizard (WinWorkshop) is a small, easy-to-use program designed to help you read and postprocess your data.
It also provides a convenient place to store your results for use in other programs.
WWizard reads your input files and produces a postprocessed file for each input file.
The data are stored in an ASCII format with comments delimited by ‘~’ characters.
WWizard is compatible with ASCII and ‘free format’ files (NNN lines per record).
Program Features:
1) ASCII storage of results, combining WWizard and WWinEWire output formats.
Results can be sorted, exported, combined, and processed using the text-based utilities.
WWizard can produce a variety of WWinEWire output files, including WWinEWire and WWinEWireE.
2) Reads any molecule data format, including VMD, ROMOL, VASP, mol2, ESI, XCMS.
3) Reads spectra from ASCII files, allowing the reader to determine the data format from the file extension.
Data formats supported by SWizard:
* ASCII for both UV-Vis and IR/Raman spectra.
* SIMBAD for UV-Vis and IR/Raman spectra.
* Gaussian for UV-Vis spectra (data format Dict).
* ACD for IR/Raman spectra.
* VMD for UV-Vis spectra.
* ROMOL for IR/Raman spectra.
* ESI for UV-Vis spectra.
* XCMS for UV-Vis spectra.
4) The Gaussian, Dict, and DictE formats are recognized directly by SWizard as well as most other Gaussian readers.
5) Allows you to read spectra from data files ending in “-spectrum.txt”, “”, “-spectrum.d”, “-spectrum.txt.fits”, or “”.
6) Automatic calibration of raw data and reads excitation energies and oscillator strengths from the ASCII output files.
7) Allows you to save your results in the format of your choice.
8) Processing of spectral data including smoothing, normalization, or calibration, using
the built-in proprietary functions of SWizard.
9) Processing of spectra, including smoothing,

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1. Defines the minimum number of peaks in a spectrum for it to be accepted
as valid and the error ranges that are accepted for the spectrum.
2. Allows the user to define the widths and positions of the peaks in a spectrum.
3. Allows the user to predict the zero-flux baseline from the continuum
and the intensity from the peak.
4. Allows the user to define the positions, widths, and amplitudes of the Gaussian, Lorentzian, and pseudo-Voigt functions in a spectrum.
5. Allows the user to fit the frequencies and amplitudes of the Gaussian, Lorentzian, and pseudo-Voigt functions in a spectrum.
6. Allows the user to determine the final widths and positions of the peaks in a spectrum.
7. Produces ASCII data files with the experimental and best-fit peak positions and linewidths.
8. Automatically determines the type of fit of the peaks in a spectrum.
9. Allows the user to visualize the best fit of the peak functions in a spectrum.
10. Allows the user to obtain fit statistics for each fit run.
SWizard has been developed specifically to handle the type of data recorded on all commercial
spectrometers that use modified microstrip detectors. SWizard takes into account the Gaussian
and Lorentzian baseline subtraction that is often performed.
SWizard is written in Visual Basic and requires a 64-bit operating system (i.e., Win2000/XP
or Vista). SWizard requires no installation; it can be run directly from an extracted
In Some Circumstances, the Public Domain License is Acceptable
SWizard can be run under the Public Domain License with the following conditions:
1. The full source code is made available for download.
2. SWizard is not sold or distributed for profit or commercial purposes.
3. The source code must be free of any non-disclosure obligations such as a
copyright or proprietary license.
If SWizard meets the requirements for the Public Domain License, the
download button will be enabled and the Public Domain License will be shown.
Note: The user is not required to abide by the Public Domain License, but
is subject to the above conditions.
If SWizard does not meet the requirements for the Public Domain License, the
download button will be disabled and the

System Requirements For SWizard:

Intel Mac
OS X 10.7 or later
AMD or Intel processor
HD or SD Card Reader
Internet Connection
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