The gnu.qif Java package allows you to generate files in the Quicken interchange format (QIF), a text (ASCII) file format that lets you to define transactions. The gnu.qif Java package presents an API that can be used to define accounts and transactions, and to output QIF records.
PennAspect is a software implementation of the two-way aspect model, which is a latent class statistical mixture model for performing soft clustering of co-occurrence data observations. It acts on data such as document/word pairs (words occurring in documents) or movie/people pairs (people see certain movies) to produce their joint distribution estimate. The distribution is packaged as Java source and class files.
Java Preferences Library is a Java library for user preferences. It extends the (jdk1.4) java.util.prefs package to add stored defaults, Javabean persistence, and a uniform implementation (XML files) across platforms. Convenience routines for quickly building preference dialog boxes and other UI components are included.
EuroRegister provides an interface for a retail enviroment handling the dual currency period in the beginning of 2001. It provides a method of handling both currencies and giving the change required for the product tendered. It is no longer in development (as the changeover period is over). It will be updated if there are future dual circulation periods (for example, if £ sterling joins the Euro).