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v4 v5 12 12 Similarly the gamma NMR simulation library written by Dr. Scott Smith allowed users with with limited knowledge of the underlying quantum mechanical details to write C++ programs that explored the effects of various pulse and pulse sequence designs using full quantum mechanical density matrix calculations. The GAVA/Gamma package was an attempt to further simplify NMR simulations by providing a graphical interface to a subset of the gamma library thus freeing users with no knowledge or interest in C++ programming to explore pulse and pulse sequence designs. The Simulation component of VeSPA goes even further by using the SWIG package to provide a python interface to gamma, referred to as pygamma. Simulation itself provides a graphical interface with powerful plotting and analysis functionality that is built on top of pygamma. But pygamma can be be used independently to produce powerful NMR simulations in python with the majority of the calculations performed in underlying fast C++ code. 13 13 14 The Analysis component of VeSPA provides an updated, greatly extended, python version of the IDL_Vespa spectral fitting package originally written by the authors and colleagues. The updating and integration of these 3 packages provides greatly enhanced possibilities for exploring, developing, and analyzing MRS experiments ; in the following we briefly describe some possible scenarios.14 The Analysis component of VeSPA provides an updated, greatly extended, python version of the IDL_Vespa spectral fitting package originally written by the authors and colleagues. The updating and integration of these 3 packages provides greatly enhanced possibilities for exploring, developing, and analyzing MRS experiments.