A Java API for 3d charts
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This is a main Git repository for Jzy3d providing multiple maven modules.

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API and modules

  • jzy3d-tutorials : few examples for building main chart families (surfaces, scatters, etc).

Application will require jzy3d-api plus classes to address a specific windowing environement (AWT, SWT, Swing). The API itself has no dependency to AWT, making it buildable for Android environement.

Code specific to a target windowing environement is made available through modules (or sometime source folder separation):

  • jzy3d-api/awt : provides AWT canvases (source folder separation but part of jzy3d-api build)
  • jzy3d-api/swing : provides Swing canvases (source folder separation but jzy3d-api build)
  • jzy3d-swt : provides a wrapper on AWT canvas to embed a chart in a SWT application.
  • jzy3d-javafx : render in Java FX applications.
  • jzy3d-jdt-core : a clone of JDT, for Java Delaunay Triangulation
  • jzy3d-svm-mapper : fit a surface out of set of points using an SVM regression model
  • jzy3d-tools-libsvm : a wrapper on LibSVM

Additional modules kept separated demonstrate side works on Jzy3d

Jzy3d Maven Repository

  • To add Jzy3d to your project




  • Maven artifacts are stored there:
    	 <name>Jzy3d Snapshots</name>
    	 <url>http://maven.jzy3d.org/snapshots </url>
    	 <name>Jzy3d Releases</name>
    	 <url>http://maven.jzy3d.org/releases </url>

Building the projects with Maven

Build all module from master repository by calling

  • mvn install

To be friendly with Eclipse-but-non-Maven users, we add .project and .classpath files to the repositories. If you want to regenerate this files with maven and have the projects linked all together, simply run

  • mvn eclipse:eclipse -Declipse.workspace=~[your current eclipse workspace folder]
  • then edit jzy3d-api project properties to export all dependencies to other projects (Properties > Java Build Path > Order and Export > Select All. Then remove JRE System libraries).

Building the projects without Maven

We kept the repository easy to use for non-maven users.

  • Eclipse project files (.project & .classpath) with inter-project relations are commited to the repositories
  • Some modules have a lib/ directory containing required Jars. If you want to use these jars, simply edit the libraries dependencies of the Eclipse project to use them instead of the maven dependencies.



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