ECI allows you to easily add an "Entry" object to your CCPN project. An "Entry" object contains all the information that you wish to deposit with your submission. You can also select chemical shift lists, peak lists, structural restraints, ensembles, etc. and all at the click of a button. In addition, you can add all the meta data that is required for submissions to the PDB and BMRB. This can be done securely on your desktop computer over the duration of your NMR project.
In ECI, when hovering with a mouse over the titles of tabs and tables as well as widgets like pulldown menus, a tool tip will pop up presenting some brief help text (see all tool tips here). Fields that are editable are indicated with a small "E" in the bottom left corner. Sometimes data lines are shown in colour - for example, green is often used to indicate that the data will be submitted with your deposition.
ECI is tabbed based, and below are a list of the tabs together with short explanations and a link to a separate page about each tab and an example screenshot. This page gives a overview of all tabs: follow the accompanying links for more information.
link shows how to download and install ECI on your computer. At the moment, you need to download the main CcpNmr program Analysis. Run Analysis on your computer either with a new CCPN project or an existing one, and then you can open an ECI window from the analysis menu M:Structure:ECI: Database Deposition. It is also available as a tab in the Extend-NMR GUI. In addition, you can run ECI as a standalone application where you will get access to its menus as well. The location of the script to do this is in the same location as the analysis and formatConverter scripts of the analysis release and is called "eci".
In the bottom frame there is a report to say how complete your "Entry" is. Finished data is shown in green. Clicking on any missing data (shown in red, orange, or yellow) will take you to the correct tab so that you can add this information. Sometimes the report will take you to add some new data (like "Sample" or "Chemical Shift References"), which may have been added but not linked. In these cases, you will need to set a link to this data - usually in the "Experiments" tab.
For more details go to the Main tab page.
For detailed information go to the People page.
Read more on the References page for detailed information.
Read more on the NMR Data page for detailed information.
For more information go to the Shifts page.
Go to the Molecules page for detailed information.
Further information is provided on the Sources page.
More detailed information is provided on the Samples page.
Read more on the NMR Conditions page for detailed information.
See the Instruments page for extra help.
Further information is in the Experiments page.
For more details go to the Structures page.
page for help), which can be submitted to AutoDep.