I have found an article about "Open Data in Science" written by Peter Murray-Rust (Article can be downloaded from http://www.dspace.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/194890 ), where 'OSCAR-3' (a tool for extracting data from the chemical literature) in the context of C-NMR spectroscopy has been mentioned.
I am now surprised, that the NMRShiftDB-collection ( http://nmrshiftdb.org/ ) increased only by 8 structures within 7 weeks ( from Nov 18th, 2007 to Jan 6th, 2008 ), when OSCAR-3 is around, which allows automatic extraction of NMR-data from articles ?! For legal reasons only the automatic extraction of data from OA-journals seems to be possible, which reduces the number of available data. Therefore I simply want to see ONE, SINGLE FULLY ASSIGNED C-NMR spectrum. which has been AUTOMATICALLY EXTRACTED by OSCAR-3 from the chemical literature.
A corresponding question has been deposited at Peter Murray-Rust's Weblog - I hope to get an answer. Check back, I'll keep you up-to-date.
My questions can be found on
Just for your comparison:
The increase of spectra within CSEARCH can be found here - without OSCAR-3 support ;-))