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Examine the licensing terms
The Amboseli Baboon Research Project runs Babase on Linux. Any Unix based OS, including Mac OS/X should run Babase with little difficulty. Babase will probably run on Microsoft Windows as well. All components of the runtime environment are cross platform but the build environment is Unix based so it will probably take something like Cygwin to install Babase on Microsoft Windows.
The posted version
Read the revision log
Browse the source code revision repository
Download a tar archive of the source
Read the README
Checkout the darcs revision archive from the repository at http://papio.biology.duke.edu/repos/babase, or just visit it with your web browser. (Code contributors using ssh should take care to use --ssh-cm or the Duke firewall may ban your IP address. Code contributors attempting to checkout the repository via http may need to contact Duke technical support to avoid being banned by the Duke firewall.)
Browse the source (or browse the source code repository web interface, above, for a better browsing experience)
Moinmail is a framework for administering a system that automatically generates mail at regular intervals using the moinmoin wiki as the management interface. It was developed to support Babase but is completely independent.
Checkout the moinmail darcs 1.0 code repository at http://papio.biology.duke.edu/repos/moinmail, or just visit it with your browser.
Browse the moinmail revision history.
Moinmail source tarballs can be found in http://papio.biology.duke.edu/src/.
(The above moinmail links are broken. This needs to be corrected. Someday.)
This is not actually a "program", but a series of scripts in R and SQL. This repo shows how to calculate social connectedness index (SCI) values from the data in Babase.