Logistic Analysis: Loglet Lab 2

In 2003, Loglet Lab was completely rewritten in Java so it could be used in multiple operating systems, including Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.


Download Loglet Lab 2.

Screenshots are available.

Loglet Lab is available free of charge under a BSD-like license.

System Requirements

To use Loglet Lab 2.x, you will need at least 32 MB RAM (128 MB recommended) and about 1 MB free space on your hard drive. In addition, you must have a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) v 1.4.1 or later. This will require another 50 MB free space on your hard drive.

  • Windows or Linux users: A JRE can be downloaded from Sun at http://java.sun.com/j2se/downloads/index.html. You do not need the full SDK.
  • Mac OS X users: Java support is built into the operating system; some users may have to upgrade to the most recent version via Software Update.

Download and Install Instructions

Go to the download page to get the Loglet Lab installer for your operating system.

Windows
If you have a beta version of Loglet Lab 2 already installed on your machine, we recommend uninstalling it. Loglet Lab 2 will not affect Loglet Lab 1 (a.k.a. "Loglet Lab for Windows").

To install Loglet Lab 2, double-click on LL-<version-number>-install.exe. The installer will guide you through the installation process; most users should be able to use the default options. To run Loglet Lab, double-click on the "Loglet Lab 2" icon on your desktop, which you can also find in your Start Menu under "Start > Programs > Loglet Lab 2".

Tested on Windows 2000.

Windows 7 (or above) users: it appears the Java runtime environment (on top of which LL2 runs) has moved. To get LL2 to start, right-click on the shortcut, and select Properties. Change the target (in Properties) to: [ C:\Windows\SysWOW64\javaw.exe ] This works for most of our users.

Mac OS X
The disk image will mount the LogletLab disk image. Double-click on LogletLab.pkg to run the installer. Double-click on the LogletLab icon in the install directory to launch.

Linux/Unix
In a terminal:

  1. Make sure Java is available on your machine:
    java -version
  2. cd <directory where tarball was saved>
  3. Unzip the tarball:
    tar xzf LogletLab2_<version-number>.tar.gz (gzip version)
    tar xjf LogletLab2_<version-number>.tar.bz2 (bzip2 version)
  4. Type cd ll2.
  5. Type ./startLogletLab.sh to launch Loglet Lab.

Documentation


Comments?

Please send feedback to Jason Yung < jy at somnity dot net >.


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URL: http://phe.rockefeller.edu/LogletLab/2.0/index.html
Last updated: Monday, 16-Dec-2013 13:51:16 EST