Isodyn, software for the analysis of isotopic isomers distribution data
chuck at codefab.com
Wed Sep 9 17:02:38 UTC 2009
On Sep 9, 2009, at 9:45 AM, vitaly wrote:
> we have developed software in C++ for the analysis of biological data
> obtained by mass spectrometry or nuclear magnetic resonance methods.
> evaluates intracellular metabolic fluxes simulating the dynamics of
> isotopic isomer distribution. Some steps of its development are
> documented in
> Bioinformatics,2006,22:2806-12. PMID: 17000750;
> Bioinformatics. 2005,21:3558-64.PMID: 16002431;
> Bioinformatics. 2004,20:3387-97.PMID: 15256408
> Now it is more advanced.
> What should I do to give it to the community as open source software
> to get the respective license?
Assuming you are the author & copyright owner of the software, you
have the ability to license the software you've created under any
terms which you believe are appropriate. Just add a copyright
statement and a mention that this software is licensed under the terms
of _Licence_X_ to your documentation or README, and as a header to the
start of all of your files, and then include the terms of the license
with your source distribution as a separate file called LICENSE (or
COPYING, or similar).
There's a list of widely used and popular licenses at:
You might consider those, or mention what your priorities and concerns
are to gain more specific suggestions. However, you should definitely
also consult with the legal folks at your university to obtain their
feedback-- I'm not a lawyer and am not qualified to give specific
legal advice. :-)
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