The Time2 Library project


Welcome to the home page of the Time2 Library project. The goal of the project is to produce a Java library for managing time series. If your application needs speed, compactness, and flexibility, then the Time2 Library is for you. Even with the wildest time patterns, a time point is just a number. In many cases it is even less than that: it is an array index. The flexibility comes into play only if and when needed, for example when printing or scanning a date.

The current version of the software is 1.1.7, released on 2013-01-21.

The software can be found on GitHub and in the Maven central repository. The maven distribution includes JARs with compiled classes, sources, and the javadoc; it also includes checksums and signatures.

A demo package is also available on GitHub.


Release notes
JARs on sourceforge
The CrNiCKL (chronicle) time series database project
The Time Series Software blog
Time Series Framework Design
Dates and times: why make it complicated when you can make it impossible?