Hardware / Operating System
Any computer that can run a Standard Java Runtime Environment version
11 and later can run the NumericalChameleon. See also the system requirements for the JRE
Java Runtime Environment
In order to run the NumericalChameleon, you need a Java Runtime Environment
(JRE). You can get it for free
for your platform/operating system. It is required to have at least the JRE
version 11. It is recommended to install JRE 11 or later.
You can download free, prebuild OpenJDK binaries for different plattforms
from one of the following links:
The installers of the NumericalChameleon (.exe for Windows and .dmg for
macOS) bundle the JRE from adoptopenjdk.net.
In addition to the disk space requirement by the JRE (approx. 120 MB), it is
required to have at least 30 MB diskspace for the NumericalChameleon.
You should have at least 1 GB physical memory installed.
The founder of this project is Johann N. Löfflmann from Germany.
Since 2001 he has been working with talented people all around the world in order to improve the NumericalChameleon, and learning new areas of knowledge.
The list of contributors can always be found in the latest download package and in the copyright section.