MSiReader is free. It is released under the BSD-3 license.
MSiReader Version 1.03
North Carolina State University
FTMS Laboratory for Human Health Research
Authors: Ken Garrard and Guillaume Robichaud
First Release December 21, 2012
Copyright (c) 2012 – 2022 North Carolina State University
All rights reserved.
imzMLConverter was introduced in J. of Proteomics, 75,16 (2012).
Permission to distribute the software was given by Alan Race of
the University of Bayreuth.
The function “readanalyze” was obtained from the MathWorks
File Exchange. It is copyrighted by the author, Colin J. Humphries.
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