binjr is an open source time series visualization tool. It can plot time series data from multiple sources as a set of charts, which end users can navigate or zoom in and out.
Its focus is on enabling end users to constitute their own custom sets of views for the data exposed by various sources, generally in ways that are not proposed by the front-ends these sources might already propose, and then let them navigate these views dynamically, by zooming or panning to a chosen time interval or value range.
As such, binjr aims to become a valuable tool in forensic analysis when working with data sources that do not provide such flexible visualization natively.
It is a Java based client application and runs on multiple Desktop environnements (Windows, MacOS and Linux).
The platform specific packages avalable on the release page contain all the dependencies requiered to run the app, including the Java runtime.
Simply download the one for your system (Windows, Linux or macOS), unpack it and run “binjr” to start!
The user guide can be found here.
If you encounter any problem starting the application, please check the troubleshooting page for a list of common issues and solutions.
If all else failes, or if you would like to suggest an enhancement or a new feature, please open a ticket here.
Finally, if you’ve got some burning questions on the how or why behind binjr, try your luck with the FAQ.
How is it licensed?
binjr is released under the Apache License version 2.0.