Here's a little trick I came up with during my PhD to help figure out which resonance Raman peaks corresponded to which when comparing a non-deuterated to a deuterated species. This never made it to a publication but it's time to get it out there
The group to which I belonged, the Han Vos group, studied the photophysics of Ru and Os polypyridyl species. A useful tool to probe the excited state is Raman combined with deuteration of specific ligands. When you do a vibrational frequency calculation, you specify what isotopes to use when calculating the frequencies. In fact, you can instantly repeat the calculation for other isotopes without redoing the whole analysis. In this way you can calculate the frequencies for the deuterated and undeuterated forms.
This gives you a set of peaks but you don't exactly know which correspond to which. For example, in the diagram below for [Ru(bpy)3]2+, if you just consider the 1H and 2H spectra, it's fairly obvious which corresponds to v5 but you're relying on guesswork for the peaks on the left. However, it's useful to know which peaks correspond to which; one reason for this is to develop forcefields for IR calculation (I forget the details).
And it turned out that according to my awesome diagram which was never published, the peaks had been misassigned in the literature. v9/v'9 and v10/v'10 were not corresponding; instead it was v9/v'10 and v10/v'9. Take that literature!!
For more info, check out Chapter 5 of my thesis which I've just found someone has scanned in and deposited in DCU's Institutional Repository. Nice.