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  • ELIDA Software was used for the research reported in 1987 Cell Sep Meth 4:109, 1984 J Immunol Meth 72:29, 1984 MSc Thesis, and 1981 J Immunol 126:1614. The algorithms were originally developed in Pascal on various mainframes during the early 1980's. The software was recoded with a user interface and translated to True Basic on a Commodore Amiga in 1985-1987. It has recently been updated to Version 1.2c for compatibility with Microsoft Windows operating systems using the current version of the True Basic language and compiler. Version 2 of ELIDA Software is in preparation. The new version is being rewritten with the MathWorks MATLAB language and compiler, and will have an updated user interface consistent with today's standards. Meanwhile, please accept the user interface of Version 1.2c "as is" with an understanding about the era when the code was written, and appreciating the fact that back then developers had to build everything from "scratch" (meaning there were essentially none of the libraries, API's, and plug-in modules that are so readily available now).

  • DORA Software was used for the research reported in 1987 J Immunol 138:333. It was originally developed in True Basic on a Commodore Amiga in 1985-1987. Recently updated to Version 1.0a with the current version of True Basic. Also to be rewritten eventually in MATLAB.

  • LDACPA Software was used for the research reported in 1980 J Exp Med 151:1372 and 1979 Thymus 1:119. It was originally developed in Hewlett-Packard Structured Basic on an HP9845A in 1978-1980. It is not currently supported by the author. LDACPA did have a number of useful features that were not ported to ELIDA 1; they will eventually be translated for incorporation into ELIDA 2.

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