StatET provides an Eclipse-based integrated development environment for the R language and in order to do so also develops components for the integration of R and Java. All typical views and editors required for an R IDE are in scope. Other statistical programming languages are out of scope for this project.
Eclipse Kapua is a modular integration platform for IoT devices and smart sensors that aims at bridging Operation Technology with Information Technology. Eclipse Kapua focuses on providing comprehensive management of edge IoT nodes including their connectivity, configuration, and application life cycle. Aggregated real-time data streams from the edge can be archived for historical analysis or flexibly routed towards enterprise IT systems and applications.
EclEmma is a Java code coverage tool that provides code coverage analysis directly in the Eclipse workbench.
Papyrus-xtUML provides a dialect of UML modeling based upon a published and accepted methodology called Shlaer-Mellor. The method and tool has been evolving since the 1990s. Papyrus-xtUML forms a dialect of UML that fits nicely as a peer to UML-RT (Papyrus-RT), SysML (Papyrus-SysML) and other Papyrus UML/SysML derivatives. Papyrus-xtUML has differentiated strength in the areas of precise semantic modeling, execution and translation.
The Open Standard Business Platform (OSBP) comprises a model-based software factory composed of extensible frameworks, tools and runtime environments for building, deploying and managing business applications across their lifecycles.
N4JS is an extension of ECMAScript providing a sound type system. It provides a transpiler to translate N4JS files to plain ECMAScript. The N4JS IDE enables the authoring of JS and N4JS files, providing tool support analogous to that of best-of-breed Java IDEs, e.g., Eclipse JDT.
This project provides all the tools necessary to implement OPC Unified Architecture (UA) client and/or server functionality in any JVM-based project.
Apogy provides a software framework and components to quickly assemble the required operators tools used to plan, validate, execute and monitor integrated operations of physical systems.
The January project provides Java implementations of numerical data structures such as multi-dimensional arrays and matrices, including a Java equivalent to the popular Python NumPy library for n-dimensional array objects. The project also includes general purpose data classes, structures and pattern realizations that can be mapped to a wide range of scientific problems while also maintaining metadata about that information, for example CSG trees.