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In a nutshell, what you need to know about Heaton Research licenses:
- All source code on this website is copyrighted material, and is licensed under the Apache License 2.0
- All articles, and other non-source code text, is copyrighted material that may only be used or copied with permission from Heaton Research.
- You can use Encog, and any article source code, royalty free in both commercial and non-commercial applications applications.
- If you make use of Encog or article source code you must mention this with your product’s copyright message.
- The word “Encog” and its logo are trademarks, and there are restrictions on how you may use them in advertising, marketing and other mediums. More information is provided below.
Encog is a trademark. As a result, we do place some restrictions on how you use the word “Encog”. Primarily we seek to prevent others from appearing as the “official” provider of Encog products and services. You can read more about the proper use of the Encog trademark here.
The Encog framework is licensed under the Apache License 2.0. The Apache license is very similar to the LGPL license. Specifically, it allows you to:
- Use Encog in any commercial or non-commercial program royalty free
- Modify Encog to meet your programs needs
- You are encouraged to contribute these modifications to the Encog project, but are not required to do so.
A complete copy of the Apache License 2.0 can be found here.