Copyright policy

Thank you for using Javalab.
Please follow the following policy when distributing Javalab content.
If you have any other questions, please use the comment box below.

1. About image or video capture

  1. You can capture and distribute the Javalab simulation screen as images or videos.
  2. You must indicate the citation whenever distributing. The citation must include both the webpage title and URL. Examples of sources include:
    • (Javalab, https://javalab.org/ )
    • (Javalab – Electrical circuit simulator, https://javalab.org/electric_circuits/ )
  3. It can also be used for commercial purposes.
  4. Citation must be indicated in any case.

2. About embedding using the <iframe> tag

  1. You can embed (import) a Javalab simulation using the <iframe> tag.
  2. An example of code embedding with the <iframe> tag is as follows:
    <iframe style="overflow-y: hidden;" src="https://javalab.org/en/gear_en/" width="800px" height="500px" scrolling="no" sandbox="allow-scripts allow-same-origin">
    </iframe>
  3. You must indicate the citation whenever distributing with <iframe> tag. The citation must include both the webpage title and URL. Examples of sources include:
    • (Javalab, https://javalab.org/ )
    • (Javalab – Electrical circuit simulator, https://javalab.org/electric_circuits/ )
  4. It can also be used for commercial purposes.
  5. Citation must be indicated in any case.
  6. Javalab does not guarantee that the <iframe> tag will work reliably.

3. About cloning Javalab sources

  1. All source code for Javalab is self-produced.
  2. Downloading and copying of the source code are prohibited under copyright law.

Disputes related to copyright infringement, such as unauthorized reproduction of Javalab source code, are prosecuted through the Korean courts.
This policy is effective after March 1, 2023.