Copyright and intellectual property rights
Intellectual property includes (1) CamCOPS code itself, (2) the tasks
contained in and distributed with it, and (3) software libraries it relies
1. CamCOPS itself
- CamCOPS is copyright © 2012, 2013 Rudolf Cardinal (Department of
Psychiatry, University of Cambridge; funded by the Wellcome Trust), with
copyright to additional open-source library components held by their
respective authors (for details, see attribution in the source code and
other license terms packaged with the source).
- It is free, open-source, and made available under the Apache License 2.0. Why
this one? See:
2. Tasks, scales, and questionnaires distributed with CamCOPS
- CamCOPS comes with several tasks, scales, and
- Some were created for CamCOPS and have the same copyright/licensing
arrangements as CamCOPS itself (see above).
- Some are in the public domain.
- Some are subject to copyright, and are included with the prior or
explicit permission of the copyright holder.
- Some tasks may only be used in certain settings (e.g. only in a
non-commercial environment). CamCOPS enforces this by requiring you to
specify the environment you are working in [see Settings →
Configure settings determining intellectual property (IP)
- For details on each task, see the Task information option on
each task’s menu, or the same information in the task
3. Software libraries
The CamCOPS tablet app uses the following software libraries:
The CamCOPS server software uses standard libraries from Python.