The following programs have been tested with Java version 1.6ga5 and Odin 0.8.9 (2013-8-22). If this version of Java gives trouble I go down one version and so on. Some Java programs do not work with Open JDK and therefore not with our Java version which is based on Open JDK. If this is the case I try if it will work with Java version 1.4.2_05 (InnoTek OS/2 Kit for Java). This will be clearly indicated.

The following programs have been tested (programs can also be presented in other categories)
  • = updated July, 2017
  • Geogebra, is free and multi-platform dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education.
  • Night Vision, is a "planetarium" program that will display the heavens from any location on earth.
  • Biogenesis, this program imitates the evolutionary processes that happens on unicellular organism populations in nature. It is also a good entertainment.
  • Jmol, an free open-source Java molecule viewer for chemical structures in 3D with features for chemicals, crystals, materials and biomolecules.
  • Geometria, provides a graphic interface for creating and solving problems in solid geometry.
  • Logisim, an educational tool for designing and simulating digital logic circuits.
  • BoPlanets, is a virtual planetarium, which shows the positions of the planets in the sun system relative to an observing planet.
  • GenealogyJ, is a viewer and editor for genealogic data, suitable for hobbyist, family historian and genealogy researcher.
  • JClic, is an environment for the creation, realization and evaluation of multimedia educational activities, developed on the Java platform.
  • Classroom Scheduler, is a Java application used to assist in the scheduling of classrooms.
  • Groove, is a project centered around the use of simple graphs for modelling the design-time, compile-time, and run-time structure of object-oriented systems, and graph transformations as a basis for model transformation and operational semantics.
  • SportsTracker, is an application for tracking sporting activities.