COLIBRI Studio is composed of several plugins for the Eclipse IDE that provide the tools required to implement CBR systems.
To install COLIBRI Studio you can download one of our preconfigured packages that include Eclipse and the COLIBRIStudio plugins (a Java VM must be installed in your system). Note that if you already have Eclipse installed in your system, you can install the plugins via Update Manager as described next.

Installing a preconfigured package that includes Eclipse+COLIBRIStudio+jCOLIBRI:

Installing COLIBRIStudio+jCOLIBRI through Eclipse’s Update Manager:

If there is not a preconfigured package for your Operative System or you already have Eclipse IDE in your system (version 3.5 Helios or newer), you can install Eclipse from the Eclipse’s official web site, and then install the COLIBRI Studio plugins through the Update Manager:

  1. If you don’t have Eclipse, download it (Eclipse for Java Developers) from the official web site. At least, version 3.5 Helios is required.
  2. Launch Eclipse and open the Update Manager: Help >> Install New Software
  3. Select the Add button. We will add the COLIBRI Studio Update Web site that contains the latest version. Name it as “COLIBRI Studio”, and type the following location:
  4. The COLIBRI Studio plugin will appear in the selection dialog. Select it and click Next.
  5. Select again COLIBRStudio and click Next.
  6. Accept the license agreement and click on Finish.
  7. Installation will start automatically. Eclipse may warn you that the software you are installing contains “unsigned content”. Click on OK to continue the installation process.
  8. Once COLIBRI Studio has been installed, Eclipse will prompt you to either restart or apply changes to a running Eclipse. At this stage of the installation, you should click on Restart Now to restart your Eclipse instance. After a successful restart, COLIBRI Studio will be installed.
  9. IMPORTANT: COLIBRI Studio tools are organized into an Eclipse’s Perspective called COLIBRI. To open the COLIBRI perspective:
    • Click on the Open Perspective icon located in the upper-right corner

    • Select: Window >> Open Perspective
    • Select Other
    • A selection dialog will let you open the COLIBRI perspective:

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