Terms and Conditions for the MapS Phasing Application
MapS Phasing is a software tool to phase the DNA data of one or multiple children when data for one parent is provided.
Phased data are combined into a DNA data file for the other parent if only one parent is used for phasing. Additional relatives can be used to improve accuracy of the phasing results.
Use of Results
The results of MapS Phasing are for your personal use and are intended for genealogical research only. They are not intended for medical, diagnostic or health purposes.
The DNA data that is created by MapS Phasing is only an estimate based on a number of assumption which can result in inaccurate results in individual circumstances.
The results should only be used as a starting point for further research.
The user is responsible for ensuring that their use of the phasing results is in accordance with any applicable law, rule, regulation or company policy.
When you register for MapS Phasing, you will receive a license that enables you to (ONLY) use the tool on the PC with which you registered for a period of one year.
The license becomes valid once payment is made and successfully processed. Users from Europe may be required to pay in Euro.
You can change the PC on which you use MapS Phasing up to 3 times during the license period. Selling, passing on or publishing your license key is prohibited.
In order to validate your active license and to use MapS Phasing, your PC has to be connected to the Internet while using MapS Phasing. You are required to set up your network and firewall to allow outgoing and incoming traffic for MapS Phasing.
The license only includes the right to use the features that are present in the most recent version of MapS Phasing at the time of registration.
If new features are added, an additional license (with an additional fee) might be required to use these new features.
Using MapS Phasing might require you to update the software to the most recent version.
The license allows you to use this software for your own non-commercial use. If you want to use MapS Phasing in connection with any paid service (for example as a professional genealogist or to teach courses), please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The license can be revoked at any time (without reimbursement) if a violation of these Terms and Conditions is discovered.
No right of withdrawal
When you purchase a license, we do not provide any refunds.
You expressly agree that performance begins immediately before any withdrawal deadline and you acknowledge that you thereby lose your right of withdrawal under Sec. 356 para. 5 BGB [German Civil Code].
MapS Phasing is designed to run on the latest version of the Windows operating system.
You need at least 4GB of RAM, 1 GB of free disk space and a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 px.
You are responsible for ensuring that your system meets these requirements before purchasing a license.
This software is protected by copyright. You agree to not distribute the software via any website or any other media without the prior approval of the copyright owner.
Incorporation of any component into another product, decompilation or reverse engineering is strictly prohibited.
If any results produced by this application are used in connection with any paid services or if they are published (whether commercially or non-commercially), appropriate credit is required.
We hope that you find our software useful. However, it is provided "as is" and we make no warranties or representations concerning accuracy, reliability or fitness for a particular purpose.
We are not liable for any consequential, incidental, indirect, special, punitive or exemplary damages (including, without limitation, lost profits, lost data, business or goodwill), arising out of the use or inability to use this software, except for cases of gross negligence.
In particular, it is your responsibility to always back-up your data before using MapS Phasing.
Any claim relating to this software shall be governed by the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany without regard to its conflict of law provisions.