ETA License and Availability
The web-based Evolutionary Trace Annotation Server is available via our web site for annotating single proteins. Its use is subject to the licesne agreement below.
For larger-scale or more complicated analyses, ETA may be run locally. We are in the process of releasing the invidual components of the method for offline use. To obtain the currently available components, contact us via e-mail with your name and institutional affiliation, and specify whether you'd like the source or binary for the compiled portions of ETA. Offline use of ETA is also subject to the license agreement below.
Use of these components are subject to the following license agreement:COMMERCIAL LICENSING INFORMATION
For profit use of the Evolutionary Trace Annotation software may be arranged by contacting Mrs. Lisa Beveridge (email@example.com, 713-798-6821) to request a license from Baylor College of Medicine.ACADEMIC LICENSE AGREEMENT
This Academic License Agreement (Agreement) has been adopted for use by Baylor College of Medicine (BAYLOR), a Texas non-profit corporation, for the licensing of software programs for use for internal purposes only by employees at non-profit academic institutions of higher learning.1. DEFINITIONS
1.1 The term Licensed Code shall mean the software entitled ETA, developed by Olivier Lichtarge, R. Matthew Ward, Tuan Tran, David Kristensen, Serkan Erdin, and Eric Venner (collectively the Authors), employees of BAYLOR.2. GRANT OF LICENSE
2.1 BAYLOR hereby grants to you a non-exclusive and non-transferable, right and license to use, modify, prepare derivative works of and execute solely for internal, research (non-commercial) purposes, the Licensed Code. This license shall be for use only on your computer (the Computer). The foregoing license does not include the right to copy the Licensed Code, or portions thereof, for any reason.
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2.3 You shall not distribute or transfer the Licensed Code to any other company, institution or person without the prior written permission of BAYLOR.3. NO UPGRADES/NO SERVICE/DELIVERED AS IS
3.1 It is expressly understood and agreed that the Licensed Code and Manuals will be delivered to you on as "AS IS" basis as of the Agreement Date and that neither BAYLOR nor the Authors will be responsible for future support of the Licensed Code.
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