Jalview is free to end-users because of support from the UK's BBSRC and The Wellcome Trust

If you would like to see Jalview continue to be available then please take a few minutes to write us a support letter saying how you use Jalview in your research/teaching.

Write as a PDF including your institution's heading and send to:
support_jalview@bartongroup.org by Friday 19th October 2018.

Thank you all those who have already written such nice letters!

Jalview is open source, and primarily written in Java. The Jalview Release History lists all of the previous versions and links to their release notes. If you want to use an earlier Jalview version, take a look at the Jalview Version Archive.

Jalview development

If you want to report a bug, suggest a new feature, or generally help make Jalview better, then please take a look at the Jalview JIRA bugtracker.
If you're a developer, you may also want to browse Jalview's git repository, which can also be cloned via its read-only address: http://source.jalview.org/git/jalview.git

Getting involved

If you want to contribute code to Jalview, then sign up at our issue tracker, and send an email the Jalview coordinator (Jim Procter). He will then set it up so that you can be a developer on the Jalview project. If you want to add new calculation services to the Jalview desktop, then you might also be interested in working on Jalview's sister project, JABAWS.

We are happy to help out if you want to use Jalview for your own research project. Get in contact with Jim or Geoff directly or via the jalview-discuss mailing list.