The following group of people were involved in the development of Paleomagnetism.org. Other contributors can be found under the reference page. Your suggestions, questions, and comments are welcome and the team can be contacted through email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Refer to the published manual on how to use the application. Changes since the date of publication are recorded on the changelog. For further questions, feel free to contact us.
A changelog for the application can be found here.
The source code for Paleomagnetism.org 2.0.0 is available as a public repository on GitHub and we welcome contributions in any form. The code is licensed under MIT and can be freely used, modified, and shared. Included libraries have widely varying licenses and must be respected.
The citation for this website can be found at the top of the references page and should be cited appropriately. This specific version () of the source code can be cited using the DOI .
A local version of the Paleomagnetism.org application can be downloaded from the GitHub Releases Page. To run the application locally, unpack the zipped files and open any index.html file in your browser. Features that require an internet connection cannot be used in offline mode.
A high resolution version of the Paleomagnetism.org 2 logo can be found here.
Paleomagnetism.org and its data contributors take care to ensure that the software, data, and metadata are of the highest possible quality. Users of the application assume all responsibility and risk for use of the data and application. In no event shall Paleomagnetism.org or any data providers be liable for any damages caused by, but not limited to, erroneous data or results.
All data processed with Paleomagnetism.org are treated locally and not sent over a network. Resources required for the functionality of the application are fetched initially when the user visits the page. Data that have been submitted to the Data Library are free of use and cannot be reused in unaltered form for commercial use.
We kindly remind you to cite all sources.