JAS-mine is free software and is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License. If you use or refer to JAS-mine in a publication, we ask that you cite the JAS-mine reference paper.JAS-mine Eclipse plugin makes it very simple to create new JAS-mine projects from scratch. Read our tutorial on how to get started and use the JAS-mine Eclipse plugin.Maven to manage the building of a JAS-mine project and its dependencies.
With Maven, you don’t have to download JAS-mine and keep your projects aligned with the newest JAS-mine version you have in your system: Maven does everything for you! Each project you’ll create will point to a specific version of JAS-mine and a copy of the required libraries will be automatically downloaded to your computer. If you want to use a newer version of JAS-mine for one of your projects, you simply specify it in the Maven project's POM.xml (Project Object Model) file. This way, you might have different projects using different versions of JAS-mine, but you’ll be always sure they work as expected.
To install Maven, simply go to the Help/Eclipse marketplace menu in the Eclipse IDE, and type “Maven” in the Find box. Select Maven Integration for Eclipse WTP, and install it:
To use Maven, see this tutorial.
here, or on the Sourceforge website at https://sourceforge.net/projects/jas-mine/files/Demo%20Models/.
The source code for JAS-mine is available as repositories on GitHub. The core libraries can be found at https://github.com/jasmineRepo/JAS-mine-core and the GUI libraries are at https://github.com/jasmineRepo/JAS-mine-gui.