The source for most of these research codes is available for download. Feel free to use the codes in non-profit research and education. Please cite the home page of each package in published works that use the codes. Contact me for permission to use the codes for commercial purposes.
The codes are an outgrowth of various research projects and are provided without support. The documentation for the applications varies from none to extensive. Codes tend to evolve in response to new research priorities, sometimes leading to older applications not working with newer versions of core computational routines. Usually this is due to simple changes in input file formats, which should be deducible from reading of core routines.
Virtual machine snapshots of the state of a particular code are provided, typically to fully document some published result.