I have created a series of pages on my webserver dealing with misinterpretations, typos and any other type of errors within NMR-data. I am definitely not talking about errors below 10ppm - I am talking about errors, which can be easily detected by application of appropriate computer algorithms using a few seconds of CPU-time.
At the moment 2 examples are online - I promise 'More to come' ! - Stay tuned, check back !
In order to do a serious job I have to cite every paper in error I find during my daily work - BUT I dont want to blame somebody personally. On the other hand I think its necessary to analyze the quality of available NMR-data, because this is the basis for solving future structure elucidation problems ! Keep in mind, what is necessary to perform this task: State-of-the-art algorithms for automatic data-checking with an underlying database of highly verified spectra AND the largest CNMR-database available (despite its size of more than half a million C-spectra it is still incomplete)