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Java has a rich history in the scientific community. Applications and frameworks such as the NIH's ImageJ, CERN's Colt framework and Apache Commons Math library immediately spring to mind when working in scientific computing. My first exposure to Java in science came as a graduate student at Oxford. We needed to analyze many large noisy datasets, typically stacked (multi-page) TIFF image files.

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