3 October 2016 - Version 3.2.1 has been released. Multiple improvements have been made to the application framework used for developing customized applications based on Jas3. JRE 1.7 is no longer supported.
14 October 2015 - Version 3.1.3 has been released. This version adds "Docked Frames" page manager that allows displaying Jas3 pages as tabs or independent frames. Several enhancements have been made to the application framework used for developing customized applications based on Jas3.
6 August 2014 - Google group has been created for Jas 3 related discussions, questions, and bug reports.
22 May 2013 - Version 3.0.0 has been released. Unlike earlier versions, 3.0.0 contains only the minimal set of built-in plugins. All extensions can be downloaded through the plugin manager. See release notes for more details.
Jas3 is a flexible, extendable, experiment-independent interactive data analysis framework. Features provided by the Jas3 interactive shell and a suite of standard extensions include:
Jas3 was originally developed for use in High Energy Physics experiments, but it has found applications in a multitude of other fields. Jas3 in written in Java and makes extensive use of FreeHEP libraries. Jas3 is developed and maintained by the FreeHEP team at SLAC.