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IMPORTANT NOTICE: This software and its associated documentation are the copyright works of Imperial Cancer Research Technology Limited (ICRT), which has responsibility for ICRF intellectual property. Use of the software and documentation is governed by the terms of the Academic Licence Agreement set out below. You will not be able to install the software unless you first agree to those terms. If you accept the terms of the Licence Agreement, enter I AGREE at the end.

The software and its associated documentation are made available on the following terms, free of charge to academic end-users and solely for the purposes of their own academic research. Commercial or other non-academic use is permitted on the terms of ICRT's standard Commercial Licence Agreement and subject to payment of ICRT's standard charges. Commercial or other non-academic users are not permitted to download from this site, and should contact ICRT for details of access conditions.

ICRT grants you a non-exclusive, non-transferable licence to use the software and its associated documentation for academic research purposes. You will not use them for any other purpose.

You will not sub-license, loan, hire, transfer or otherwise supply the software or its associated documentation or the access password to any other person.

You will not copy or post the software or its associated documentation to any other computer, computer network or server or broadcast it in any media. You will not copy the software or its associated documentation except to the extent required for lawful use or back-up purposes.

You will not adapt, modify, merge, translate, reverse engineer, decompile or dissassemble the software, except to the extent permitted by applicable law.

You will hold the contents of the software and its associated documentation in confidence and not disclose any part of it to any other person without the prior written permission of ICRT.

In any reports or publications you make or contribute to based on your use of the software, you will acknowledge the contribution of ICRF/ICRT.

The software, its associated documentation and the copyright in them belong exclusively to ICRT and all rights in them are reserved to ICRT except as expressly provided in this Licence Agreement.

The software its associated documentation are supplied "AS IS" for experimental purposes and at your own risk. ICRT makes no warranty and gives no undertaking as to the quality, merchantability or fitness for purpose of the software, its correspondence with any description, ICRT's title to the software, that the software its associated documentation is free from error or defect, or has been developed with reasonable care or skill, or that its use will not infringe any copyright, patent, trade mark or other third party rights, and all terms implied by law are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.

ICRT and ICRF will have no liability to you, whether in contract, tort or otherwise, in relation to the use of the software or its associated documentation, for any loss or damage whether direct, indirect, special or consequential, except in the case of death or personal injury caused by ICRT's or ICRF's negligence, and all such liability is excluded to the greatest extent permitted by applicable law.

The licence granted under this Licence Agreement will terminate if you destroy the software. ICRT reserves the right to terminate the licence in the event of a breach by you of any of the terms of this Licence Agreement. This Licence Agreement is governed by English law and subject to the jurisdiction of the English courts.

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IMPORTANT: Please note that these programs are no longer supported and no development has taken place for over 10-years. The development team are no longer with us. Therefore the email addresses will not work. You may still download various program components but we can offer no support. These pages are only here for historical reasons.