Persistent Homology and Topological Data Analysis Library
JavaPlex library implements persistent homology and related techniques from computational and applied topology, in a library designed for ease of use, ease of access from Matlab and java-based systems, and ease of extensions for further research projects and approaches.
JavaPlex is mainly developed by the Computational Topology workgroup at Stanford University, and is based on previous similar packages from the same group.
For persistent homology and its capabilities, we recommend the survey article Topology and Data by Gunnar Carlsson.
How to get started?
- Take a look at the documentation overview
- Take a look at the latest release. The tutorial PDF is available for download there (and also here). There is also a tutorial wiki page.
- From the latest release, you can download and start playing with the latest matlab examples.
For more information
- Architecture Notes
- Citation Information
JavaPlex, please consult the Citation Information page.
JavaPlex was formerly hosted at https://code.google.com/p/javaplex/. As of spring 2014, we have moved to this present page at GitHub.
- July, 2018: Version 4.3.4 is released.
- July, 2018: Version 4.3.3 is released.
- June, 2017: Version 4.3.1 is released.
- May, 2017: Version 4.3.0 is released. Installation in Matlab 2016 should now work again!
- March, 2016: Version 4.2.5 is released
- Jan, 2016: Version 4.2.4 released
- July, 2015: Version 4.2.3 released
- March, 2015: Version 4.2.2 released
- July, 2014: Version 4.2.1 released
- April, 2014: Google Code hosting abandoned
- May, 2012: Version 4.1.0 released
- For frequently asked questions regarding
JavaPlexand troubleshooting information, consult the troubleshooting page.