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DYNAMICSA program for model-free analysis of 15N relaxation data. Features isotropic, axially-symmetric and fully anisotropic models for the overalltumbling of the molecule, and monomer-dimer equilibration. Allows input of site-specific 15N CSA values or their determination, together with model-free parameters, when relaxation data at multiple fields are available. References: Fushman et al., J. Mol. Biol. 266 (1997) 173; J.B.Hall & D.Fushman, J. Biomol. NMR (2003) 27, 261; J.B.Hall & D.Fushman, J. Amer. Chem. Soc. (2006) 128, 7855-7870; D.Fushman, "Determining protein dynamics from 15N relaxation data by using DYNAMICS", in Protein NMR Techniques, Third Edition, Eds. A. Shekhtman, D. S. Burz, Methods in Molecular Biology, 2012, Volume 831, 485-511, Springer Science, DOI: 10.1007/978-1-61779-480-3_24.
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ROTDIF 3A redesigned version of the program ROTDIF for determining the overall rotational diffusion tensor of a molecule from spin-relaxation data. This version is written in Java and features a Graphical User Interface. Allows analysis of 15N and 13C relaxation data, separately or together, at a single or multiple fields, for proteins and/or nucleic acids. Also estimates model-free parameters. Features isotropic, axially-symmetric, and fully anisotropic models for the overall motion. The program also includes modules for prediction of the rotational diffusion tensor from atom coordinates using ellipsoid model (ELM), and for diffusion-tensor-based rigid-body docking of macromolecules (ELMDOCK).Reference: K.Berlin, A.Longhini, T.K.Dayie, D.Fushman, J Biomol NMR (2013), 57, 333-352.
Dynare is free software, which means that it can be downloaded free of charge, that its source code is freely available, and that it can be used for both non-profit and for-profit purposes. Most of the source files are covered by the GNU General Public Licence version 3 or later (there are some exceptions to this, see the file license.txt in Dynare distribution).
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Starting from version 5.1, only 64 bits binary distributions are available. Should you need 32 bit binaries, you can compile from source for the required target, or you can contact us for a customized binary package. Windows, 64 bits FastFieldSolvers Software Bundle Version 5.2.0 with FasterCap 64bits, FastCap2 64bits, and FastHenry2 64bits for Win64 (26565 KB) FasterCap Release Notes FastHenry2 Release Notes FastCap2 Release Notes FastModel Release Notes FasterCap binary distribution The FasterCap stand-alone binary distribution is available for Linux only. If you need to install FasterCap for Windows, please use the FastFieldSolvers bundle. CentOS 6.5 / RedHat 6.5, 64 bits FasterCap Version 6.0.7 for CentOS 6.5 / RedHat 6.5 - 64 bits (3802 KB) Kubuntu 16.04, 64 bits FasterCap Version 6.0.7 for Kubuntu 16.04 - 64 bits (1138 KB) FasterCap Release Notes Installation Installing FasterCap for Linux is simple, just unzip and untar the package in the desired target directory. Notes Kubuntu version relies on wxWidgets runtime libraries, you need to install libwxgtk3.0. We are not providing any more 32 bits binaries in the standard Linux distribution. Should you need 32 bit binaries, you can compile from source for the required target, or you can contact us for a customized binary package. FastImp binary distribution The FastImp stand-alone binary distribution is available for Linux and for Windows, in console-mode only (i.e. under Windows, you should launch FastImp from a DOS shell). Windows, 64 bits FastImp Version 1.1.0 for Windows - 64 bits (2332 KB) CentOS 6.5 / RedHat 6.5, 64 bits FastImp Version 1.1.0 for CentOS 6.5 / RedHat 6.5 - 64 bits (750 KB) CentOS 5.8 / RedHat 5.8, 64 bits FastImp Version 1.1.0 for CentOS 5.8 / RedHat 5.8 - 64 bits (732 KB) FastImp Release Notes Installation Installing FastImp for is simple: Linux: just unzip and untar the package in the desired target directory. Windows: just unzip the package in the desired target directory, where you will launch the software using a DOS shell. Note: you should use a directory where you have read/write access, for this reason using "Program Files" or equivalent installation paths is not recommended. Notes We are not providing 32 bits binaries in the standard distribution. Should you need 32 bit binaries, you can compile from source for the required target, or you can contact us for a customized binary package. VoxHenry VoxHenry is written in MatLab language and can be run under MatLab or the compatible free and open source alternative Octave. License The VoxHenry code is covered by GPL 2.0 license, see the repository for further details. VoxHenry VoxHenry Code Content of the VoxHenry Git repository Installation VoxHenry requires the installation of MatLab version 2018a or Octave version 4.4.0. Both MatLab and Octave are available on multiple platforms. Installation of VoxHenry is described in the README file on the Git repository. Sources We use Git as distributed version control system for the source files we provide. The sources themselves are hosted on GitHub, from where they can be freely accessed, browsed, downloaded or forked. If you don't know Git, don't worry: you don't need any Git knowledge to access the sources, as GitHub has the option to download the sources as a simple zip package, and to browse the source files online. ElectroMagnetic Workbench The ElectroMagnetic workbench is written in Python language as an add-on for FreeCAD. License The ElectroMagnetic Workbench is covered by LGPL 2.1 license, see the repository for further details. ElectroMagnetic Workbench ElectroMagnetic Workbench Code Content of the ElectroMagnetic Workbench Git repository FasterCap The sources include both Windows and Linux compilable versions. FasterCap also uses two source libraries from FastFieldSolvers, listed in the table here below, that need to be present in parallel at same directory level of the FasterCap sources. License The source code is covered by the LGPL license. For details, the license is included with the sources. FasterCap FasterCap Source Code Content of the FasterCap Git repository Geometry Geometry library Source Code Content of the Geometry library Git repository LinAlgebra LinAlgebra library Source Code Content of the LinAlgebra Git repository FastCap2 The sources include the original distribution from M.I.T., the modifications and fixes performed over it by FastFieldSolvers, and the Windows porting source code, organized in different branches. The repository also contains the WRCad version of the software, a FastHenry flavor supporting superconducting materials. License The Windows porting source code is covered by a more permissive license, distributed toghether with the sources. Other licenses apply to the different branches, please look at the license information in the sources you check out. FastCap2 FastCap2 Source Code Content of the FastCap2 Git repository FastHenry2 The sources include the original distribution from M.I.T., the modifications and fixes performed over it by FastFieldSolvers, and the Windows porting source code, organized in different branches. The repository also contains the WRCad version of the software, a FastHenry flavor supporting superconducting materials. License The Windows porting source code is covered by a more permissive license, distributed toghether with the sources. Other licenses apply to the different branches, please look at the license information in the sources you check out. FastHenry2 FastHenry2 Source Code Content of the FastHenry2 Git repository FastModel The sources are for Windows only. License The source code is covered by the LGPL license. For details, the license is included with the sources. FastModel FastModel Source Code Content of the FastModel Git repository FastImp The sources include the original distribution from M.I.T. (versions 1.0 and 1.1) plus the modifications and fixes performed over it by FastFieldSolvers to be able to compile the software with the compiler chain provided by more recent Linux distributions than the original package as well as CygWin under Windows. License FastImp is covered by a mix of different free / open source licenses. See the ReadMe.txt file contained in the base directory of the source package for further details, as well as the 'License' folder. FastImp FastImp Source Code Content of the FastImp Git repository Back to top
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