## What metadata does nmrml2isa extract from .nmrML files ?¶

nmrml2isa extracts a lot more information than it actually writes to the final ISA-Tab files. To see a list of the metadata that are extracted and can be accessed, look at the Extracted Terms list page.

## How do I report an issue / ask for a new feature ?¶

Go on the GitHub repository issue tracker of the program, check that no similar issue already exist, and if so, open a new issue and include the following information:

• what software and software version you used (you can know the version of the program by running nmrml2isa --version in a terminal)
• one of the files you used (without this, nothing can be done to analyze the issue !)
• any remark you might have on how you think your file may not be generic (special instrument, multiple instruments, special parameters, etc.)
• the complete traceback of the error if you report a crash

## The program crashed when I used it on my files !¶

As the nmrML file format is quite new, there is still issues to fix concerning the standardization of the format. The converter might not work as intended, there might be missing tags in the nmrML file you tried to parse.

But most of the times those problems are not really complicated to mend, and they help making nmrml2isa a more and more generic program.

In order to help the resolution of such problems, see How do I report an issue / ask for a new feature ?

## The parameter xxxxx does not get extracted properly !¶

First of all: is it present in the source .nmrML file ? It could happen that some parameters were not successfully written into the converted file when the nmrML converter converted the Raw NMR files.

Also, nmrml2isa relies on controlled vocabulary terms to extract those parameters from the source nmrML, so if the parameters are present but not labeled, there are large chances those parameters won’t be extracted from the nmrML file.

If however you still think the problem comes from our side, see How do I report an issue / ask for a new feature ?

## The parameter xxxxx is not extracted !¶

There is large chances that if a parameter you want to extract was not extracted is that the extraction for that parameter was not implemented. See How do I report an issue / ask for a new feature ? to report it and create a feature request.