BioSolveIT FTreeQueryGen for Knime

FeatureVersion 2.19.1.202102051628 by BioSolveIT GmbH

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BioSolveIT FTreeQueryGen for Knime 2.18 - Fix output table for multi-column input

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Copyright information & legal notice 2. 3rd party libraries 2.1 blas 2.2 boost 2.3 bzip2 2.4 Cairo 2.5 Chart.js 2.6 EDTSurf 2.7 Eigen 2.8 f2c 2.9 FreeType 2.10 glib 2.11 graphite 2.12 harfbuzz 2.13 iconv 2.14 icu 2.15 intl 2.16 lapack 2.17 libzip 2.18 nanoflann 2.19 NLopt 2.20 OpenSceneGraph 2.21 OpenSSL 2.22 pcre 2.23 pixman 2.24 Qt5Xlsx 2.25 QT GUI Toolkit 2.26 Quazip 2.27 zlib 3. Fonts 3.1 Architects Daughter font 3.2 OpenSans font 1. Copyright information & legal notice ========================================================================================== This application is a proprietary work owned by BioSolveIT GmbH, Germany and protected by copyright. Subject to the terms and conditions under which incorporated third party libraries and fonts are provided and as far as no other BioSoveIT license agreement is applicable: The usage is restricted to the purpose of evaluation. 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Recently, EDTSurf has been extended to calculate atom depth and residue depth to solvent-accessible surface. Reference: D. Xu, Y. Zhang (2009) Generating Triangulated Macromolecular Surfaces by Euclidean Distance Transform. PLoS ONE 4(12): e8140. (https://zhanglab.ccmb.med.umich.edu/EDTSurf/EDTSurf.pdf). D. Xu, H. Li, Y. Zhang (2013) Protein Depth Calculation and the Use for Improving Accuracy of Protein Fold Recognition. Journal of Computational Biology 20(10):805-816. (https://zhanglab.ccmb.med.umich.edu/EDTSurf/depth-jcb.pdf). 2.7 Eigen ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Copyright (C) 2011, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. The source code of the library is made available under the Mozilla Public License (MPL) version 2.0 at http://www.biosolveit.de/ext_src/eigen-src.zip Here you will also find the text of the MPL 2. In the unexpected case of unavailability of the server please send an email at ext_src@biosolveit.de. 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The feature BioSolveIT FTreeQueryGen for Knime consists of 7 items: