The Time2 Library project

2013-01-22/jpv

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.

Links:

Release notes
Documentation
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?
Roadmap