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IN-SPIRE™ Visual Document Analysis

IN-SPIRE™ for U.S. Federal Government Use

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IN-SPIRE™ is an analytical tool developed with United States federal government funds and is available to U.S. federal government entities and organizations utilizing IN-SPIRE on a U.S. Federal Government Contract. Training and support are available at an additional cost if needed.

To acquire the IN-SPIRE™ software, download and complete the following steps:

  1. Download the Government Use Acknowledgement (GUA) & Schedule A (pdf).
    Complete and sign the Schedule A and send it to PNNL for approval.
  2. Within five working days you will receive notification via e-mail if your Government Use Acknowledgement (GUA) is approved, along with a Customer ID (formerly called a GUA-ID) and the URL to the E-Commerce Web Site where you will enter your contact information.
  3. Once your order is processed, you will receive an e-mail message with instructions for downloading the IN-SPIRE™ installer and installing the software. Save this e-mail as it will be needed for any future installations of IN-SPIRE™

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System Requirements

IN-SPIRE™ was developed to operate on mid-level Windows workstations and Servers. Although Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 continue to be the main environments that are supported, IN-SPIRE is currently running at client sites with Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 2008 server. A typical IN-SPIRE computer would include a 1.5 Ghz processor, 2Gb of memory, and 200 Gb disk drive. About 20-50 Gb should be available to store the program and associated datasets. IN-SPIRE will operate on much less powerful configurations, but dataset size may be limited. There are no special graphics card requirements as with earlier versions of SPIRE.