SciJava aims to provide an overview of available Java libraries for scientific computing. The packages listed are provided by individual projects each of which is committed to co-operating with the other projects, reusing libraries and integrating clients for a seamless workflow.
The focus at the moment is geared towards image processing, having begun during the 2011 Fiji Hackathon in Dresden, but other projects are welcome to get involved.
SciJava software libraries are intended for reuse by other projects.
SciJava applications strive for interoperability with each other, using common libraries as appropriate. These applications also have library components intended to be reused and extended (e.g., both ImageJ2 and Icy support many different types of plugins).
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This page answers some of the often asked questions about the included libraries.
Each project has separate funding from various sources in a multitude of countries. But we’re continuously finding ways to work more closely together.
Check out each project's respective website for more information on each.