Interactive Atlas Software Copyright

The interactive atlases utilize the Digital Anatomist Common Gateway Interface (CGI) package to implement Web based access to Interactive Atlases of Anatomy and Biological Structure.

(C) Copyright 1997 University of Washington

The interactive atlas software is free for non-commercial use, as long as this copyright remains. The software is supplied as is, with no expressed or implied warranty as to its correctness.

Department of Biological Structure and the Integrated Academic Information Management Systems (IAIMS) Program, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.

Contact: digital_anatomist@u.washington.edu

We hope and expect that others will use the package to develop their own Web-based atlases, and will provide us the links so that we may include them on the Interactive Atlas directory page.

Downloading

For more information, and instructions for downloading, see the Digital Anatomist home page.

Software Contributors

Scott W. Bradley, ScottWB@BeComm.com
University of Washington Dept Computer Science. Currently at Becomm, Redmond, Washington. Primary author, Digital Anatomist Common Gateway Interface Package for accessing interactive atlases over the Web.

Kraig Eno, KRAIGE@GLUK.APC.ORG
University of Washington Structural Informatics Group. currently in Kiev, Ukraine. Earlier Macintosh-based versions of Digital Anatomist Interactive Atlas, authoring system, symbolic knowledge base, specialized Macintosh client/server development.

Jeff Prothero, jsp@activerse.com
University of Washington Structural Infornatics Group. Currently at Activerse, in Austin, Texas. 3-D reconstruction software.

Jim Brinkley, brinkley@u.washington.edu
University of Washington Structural Informatics Group. Project leader and current contact.

Additional Credits

Thanks to: Eric Haines, erich@eye.com
for "macmartinized" polygon code, copyright 1992

Thanks to: Kevin Hughes, kevinh@pulua.hcc.hawaii.edu
for mapper 1.2

Thanks to: Rob McCool, robm@ncsa.uiuc.edu
for imagemap, post-query -- which make up the foundation of many programs and ideas.

Thanks to: Quest Protein Database Center, Cold Spring Harbor Labs
for gd 1.1.1, copyright 1994 -- used to draw single structure outlines in quiz mode.

Funding

Funding for this project was provided by the National Library of Medicine, through grants to the Digital Anatomist Program and the University of Washington Integrated Academic Information Management Systems (IAIMS) Program. Additional funding was provided by the National Cancer Institute, the Murdock Foundation, the University of Washington Department of Biological Structure, and the University of Washington School of Medicine.


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