|This manual describes DataMelt (former jHepWork, 2005-2013, SCaVis 2013-2015), an environment for numeric computation, statistical analysis and graphical visualization on the Java platform. How to use Java scripting for scientific data analysis, data mining, statistics and numeric computations can be found in these books published by Springer Verlag, 2010, 2016. DataMelt (or, in short, DMelt) is a successor of the popular SCaVis and jHepWork packages that have been under intensive development since 2005. DMelt is fully backward compatible with jHepWork 3.9.|
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DMelt Table of Contents
Data Visualization in 2D and 3D
Input and Output
Symbolic Calculations using Java and Python
Symbolic Calculations using JMathlab
Digital Signal Processing
Measurements and Units
Programming in Physics
Finance and market analysis
Reading this manual
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How to run the code snippets:
In case of short code snippets, use the interactive JythonShell of the DataMelt IDE.
In case if a code snippet is too long, you may wish to execute it directly inside the DataMelt IDE. Start the IDE and open the URL dialog as [File]-[Open from URL]. You will see a window where you can insert the URL link to a Jython code example. One can obtain URL location of code snippets given in this manual as: navigate the mouse under the "Download snipped" link (located above the shown code) and select "Copy link location". Then paster the URL link to the DataMelt URL window and press "run".
You are free to look at additional resources to help get started with DMelt:
- Interactive Python/Jython and Matlab/Octave tutorials (Java powered)
- Movies with DataMelt tutorials
- FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) on numerical recipes using using Jython, Java and DataMelt
- DataMelt Java API (limited access for non-members)
- DataMelt Online examples
License of the Manual
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