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SciJava is a collaboration of projects providing software for scientific computing—an effort to cooperate and reuse code when feasible.
 
SciJava is a collaboration of projects providing software for scientific computing—an effort to cooperate and reuse code when feasible.
  
The following components are part of the '''SciJava software stack''':
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The following components are part of the '''[[Architecture|SciJava software stack]]''':
 
* [[SciJava Common]] - core shared library, with a powerful plugin framework and application container.
 
* [[SciJava Common]] - core shared library, with a powerful plugin framework and application container.
 
* [[ImgLib2]] - core library for N-dimensional image processing.
 
* [[ImgLib2]] - core library for N-dimensional image processing.
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* [[Fiji]] - extension of [[ImageJ]] for life sciences research.
 
* [[Fiji]] - extension of [[ImageJ]] for life sciences research.
  
The following projects are part of the '''SciJava pledge''' to work together, reuse code and synergize wherever possible:
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The following projects are part of the '''[[:Category:SciJava|SciJava pledge]]''' to work together, reuse code and synergize wherever possible:
 
* [[CellProfiler]]
 
* [[CellProfiler]]
 
* [[KNIME]]
 
* [[KNIME]]

Revision as of 12:04, 2 July 2015

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SciJava (SciJava)
Author SciJava consortium
Maintainer Curtis Rueden
Mark Hiner
Source on GitHub
Development status Active
Website http://scijava.org/


SciJava is a collaboration of projects providing software for scientific computing—an effort to cooperate and reuse code when feasible.

The following components are part of the SciJava software stack:

  • SciJava Common - core shared library, with a powerful plugin framework and application container.
  • ImgLib2 - core library for N-dimensional image processing.
  • SCIFIO - core library for N-dimensional image I/O.
  • ImageJ2 - library and application for N-dimensional image processing.
  • Fiji - extension of ImageJ for life sciences research.

The following projects are part of the SciJava pledge to work together, reuse code and synergize wherever possible:

See the Architecture and Governance pages, as well as the SciJava web site, for further details.