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Tools used to develop this site:
The Yahoo! User Interface Library (YUI) was used for its dom manipulation, event model, animation utilities, panel & module widgets, just to name a few. It is covered by the BSD License
Prototype was used for its Class creation model and for $F. (Not a lot for such a large library but *shrug* I didn't feel like JQuery. Prototype is covered by the MIT License
SigmaGrid was used for main table. Sorry YUI but your data table doesn't scale well and works very slowly at times. Sigma Grid is covered by the LGPL License
Raphael was used for the random graphs and mostly for fun. Raphael is coverd by the MIT License
createCSSClass: This little method was borrowed from the Web Developer Blog. It is covered by the Creative Commons License
The Multiple Checkbox Select Widget was developed in house and is pretty straight forward. It does sync between a select box and the new widget but only one way (Changes from widget get pushed to selectbox.) It is covered by the Creative Commons License but I don't require any direct attribution (though it is always courteous to do so). Although, I would request that you do not remove my name from the code.