We developed a new program, MSpin-RDC for the analysis of residual dipolar coupling data. This software, specially designed for small molecule analysis, can directly read many molecular-modeling and popular chemistry file formats and accept RDC values as a simple free-format table. Alignment tensor can then be computed by singular value decomposition, as well as predicted using inertia and gyration tensor-based methodologies. Trial structures are then ranked according to their Cornilescu's quality factor (Q) values. Analysis of multiconformational problems and fitting of RDC data to relative populations can be accomplished using the single-tensor approximation. Copyright © 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.