DSSP program wanted !!
hobohm at embl-heidelberg.de
Mon May 2 04:27:28 EST 1994
In article <9404291441.AA07036 at absalpha.dcrt.nih.gov>, geetha at ABSALPHA.DCRT.NIH.GOV (geetha) writes:
> Hello Netters
> Can anybody help me find DSSP program ? Is there any anon. FTP site or is
> it commercially available ?r?
> * DSSP -- Dictionary of Sec. Str. Prediction -- Kabsch and Sander.
> Thanks for your help.
DSSP license agreement
Please fill the DSSP license agreement form, sign, keep a copy,
and return by paper mail to
of fax it:
FAX: +49-6221-387 517
PLEASE INDICATE YOUR INTERNET EMAIL ADRESS CLEARLY !
The distribution of the DSSP source code (C version) to academic users is performed
using a shell script that automatically prepares the code and sends it via email.
This is done because we want to keep the distribution effort short besides our
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ACADEMIC LICENSE AGREEMENT
FOR THE PROGRAM DSSP
BY WOLFGANG KABSCH AND CHRIS SANDER
An academic license agreement for the DSSP program
(c) W. Kabsch, C. Sander,and MPI-MF, 1983, 1988
is granted to ....................................
in exchange for the following commitments:
I hereby certify that
(1) I am an academic user at an academic research institution. In
using the software, We will respect the interests of the authors
and their institutions.
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immediate research group. I will suggest to other interested
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scientific results based in part on use of the program and
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(6) I will report evidence of program bugs to the authors.
(7) I will send the source code of any bug corrections and program
extensions, major or minor, to the original authors, for free
academic use. If I have made major extensions which are incor-
porated by the authors, I reserve the right to be appropriately
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(8) I will not extract part of the software, e.g. modules or sub-
routines, for use in other contexts without permission by the
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