The Concord Consortium Lab project is Copyright 2012 (c) by the Concord Consortium and is distributed under any of the following licenses: Simplified BSD, MIT, or Apache 2.0.

If you have have received a distribution archive of the Concord Consortium Lab project the standard Concord Consortium Lab copyright applies to all resources except the files in the vendor/ and imports/ directories as well as some of the generated CSS and some of the files in the jnlp/ directory.

The files in the vendor/ directory which are copied to the vendor/ directory when a distribution is created are from third-parties and are distributed under either Simplified BSD, The BSD 3-Clause License, MIT, or Apache 2.0 licenses. See Details on the specific licenses are in the specific folders included in the vendor/ directory.

Here is a list of projects and resources included in the in the vendor/ directory and licenses:

1. D3: The BSD 3-Clause License
2. D3-plugins: The BSD 3-Clause License
3. hijs: MIT
4. jQuery: dual-licensed under MIT and GPL v2.0.
5. jQuery-UI: dual-licensed under MIT and GPL v2.0.
6. TinySort: dual-licensed under MIT and GPL v2.0.
7. MathJax: Apache 2.0
9. science.js: The BSD 3-Clause License
10. sizzle: triple-licensed under the MIT, The BSD 3-Clause License, and GPL v2.0.
11. OpenSans Font: Apache 2.0
12. dsp.js: MIT
18. coffe-script: MIT
19. Codemirror2: MIT Codemirror2 includes a number of modules from third parties. All of the modules are licensed under either the MIT or BSD license except for the following which are excluded during the Make process where resources from vendor/ are generated and copied to server/public/vendor/.

Licensing of Excluded Modules

2. vendor/codemirror2/mode/rst/index.html: …??
3. vendor/codemirror2/mode/verilog//index.html: GPL

Licensing of included Modules

7. vendor/codemirror2/mode/rpm/spec/index.html: same as codemirror2
9. vendor/codemirror2/mode/xquery/index.html: MIT
10. vendor/codemirror2/mode/xquery/xquery.js: MIT
11. vendor/codemirror2/theme/xq-dark.css: MIT
12. vendor/codemirror2/lib/util/foldcode.js: MIT
20. jQuery UI Touch Punch: dual-licensed under MIT and GPL v2.0.
22. backbone: MIT
23. underscore: MIT
24. postMessage structured clone detection: MIT
25. jQuery selectBoxIt: MIT
26. mustache: MIT
27. markdown-js: MIT
28. fingerprintjs: MIT
29. pixi.js: MIT
30. canvg: MIT
31. fastclick: MIT
32. seedrandom: BSD
33. chosen: MIT

In addition there are three fontface directories in vendor/fonts that are distributed under compatible open source licenses:

1. Open Sans: Apache 2.0
2. Lato: SIL Open Font License 1.1
3. Font Awesome:

The Sass mixins in the directories: src/sass/bourbon and src/sass/neat are used to produce some of the CSS used in the Lab project and are distributed under the MIT license.

The files in the src/imports/ directory which are copied to the imports/ directory when a distribution is created are all Copyright 2012 (c) by the Concord Consortium and distributed under various open source licenses. These resources represent some of the authored content for our earlier work on the Java versions of Molecular Workbench and Energy2D and are distributed here to aid in the conversion of these resources to HTML5 for the Lab project.

Java files in src/jnlp

The files in the src/jnlp directory are compiled Java Jar archives and are copied to server/public/jnlp/ when a runnable distribution is created during the build process.

The only files in this directory are the native Java JNI libraries for accessin g the Vernier GoIO probeware.

These files consist of code developed at Concord Consortium and licensed under the Lab license and the Vernier GoIO SDK distributed by Vernier as Public Domain software (git mirror).

Java files in the java directory.

Some of these files are also Copyright 2012 (c) by the Concord Consortium and distributed under various open source licenses. These resources represent our earlier work to support the Java versions of our computational simulations and probeware.

Some of the files are from third parties.

Here is a list of files in the java directory, their authorship and licenses:

1. JDom (external), an XML processing library: java/jdom/jdom-1.0.jar. JDom has an Apache-like license with the attribution clause removed

2. JUG: Java UUID generator (external): java/jug/jug-1.1.2.jar. JUG v2 of JUG is available under: LGPL 2.1 and ASL 2.0, we are using v1.1.2 which is only under the LGPL 2.1

3. The Java Molecular Workbench files in this directory: java/mw (CC and external). The Java version of Molecular Workbench is distributed under the GNU General Public License. The Molecular Workbench jar also includes code from the external GPL-licensed JMol project. Java Molecular Workbench source code

4. The NetLogo jar file in this directory: java/nlogo is distributed under the GPL license and created by:

Wilensky, U. (1999). NetLogo. http://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/. Center for Connected Learning and Computer-Based Modeling, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.

And distributed here github.com/NetLogo/NetLogo

5. The rest of the files in the src/jnlp/org/concord/ directory were created by Concord Consortium and are all distributed under the Lab licenses.

If you have downloaded the source code repository for the Lab project only the files in the src/jnlp` directory are present in the repository.

The initiation of a separate build task is required to integrate the rest of the Java resources.

All other files distributed in the complete source code repository other than the ones specifically mentioned above are distributed under the Concord Consortium Lab project software license.

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