Jmol is a Free, Open Source molecule viewer and editor. It is a collaboratively developed visualization and measurement tool for chemical scientists. Jmol is an active project, and there are new features being added to it on a daily basis. Users are encouraged to modify it to fit their needs and to contribute their changes to the project.
OpenMap is a JavaBeans-based GIS toolkit for building applications and applets needing geographic information. Using OpenMap components, you can access data from legacy applications, in-place, in a distributed setting. At its core, OpenMap is a set of Swing components that understand geographic coordinates. These components help you show map data, and help you handle user input events to manipulate that data.
Ptplot is a set of Java classes that can be used as an applet or an application for graphing datasets. It reads PlotML, binary, or ASCII data, is autoranging, and automatically or manually labels axes and tick marks. It can plot live, animated plots and provides zooming. It also includes Bourne shell scripts and DOS .bat files that can be used as a replacement for xgraph, the X11 graphing tool.
WebCharts 3D allows you to deliver general purpose and specialized 2- and 3-dimensional charts as applets or interactive server-generated images (PNG, GIF, JPEG, SWF, SVG, PDF, TIFF, VML, CANVAS, and WBMP) to Web browsers and mobile devices, or embed charts into stand-alone Swing/SWT applications. It includes a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) designer that can be easily incorporated into your own applications to provide your end-users with chart editing capabilities. Full JSF and Sun Creator support and a free Eclipse Designer plugin are included.
J/CarnacGIS allows software developers to integrate interactive map views into their own applications. Written entirely in Java, it offers a rich graphics environment for building stand-alone or Web-enabled clients for spatial data analyses. J/CarnacGIS components interface easily with existing systems to provide enhanced services while preserving investments in data and infrastructure.