Java Runtime (JRE)

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Java Runtime (JRE) is required to run CiteSpace. Install the JRE that matches to your system. If you have a 32-bit system, you need to install the JRE for Windows x86. If you have a 64-bit system, install the JRE for Windows x64. CiteSpace is currently optimized for Windows 64-bit with Java 8. You can use 64-bit versions on your 32-bit computer. It may not be optimal, but perhaps good enough. Download Java JRE 64-bit / Windows x64

Memory or RAM

You should have at least 1024MB (=1GB) of memory on your computer.

How to Use CiteSpace

This is an eBook on how to use CiteSpace, especially for beginners and users at the intermediate level, although it is certainly valuable for users across all levels of proficiency with CiteSpace. The eBook will be updated to reflect new releases of the software.


You may install Java on your Mac with Homebrew, a package manager for macOS.
To install Homebrew, enter the following in a terminal window:
/usr/bin/ruby -e '$(curl -fsSL'
To install Java with Homebrew:
brew cask install java

Java Archive Downloads - Java SE 8u211 And Later

CiteSpace is a self-signed Java application. You may need to adjust your Java security settings on your computer to allow self-signed applications such as CiteSpace to run on your computer. Here is a step-by-step guide of how to do it on Mac.

A shell script for launching CiteSpace is included in the CiteSpace package: At the command prompt in a terminal on your Mac, type: sh, then follow the prompt.


CiteSpace supports bibliographic and citation data retrieved from major sources such as the Web of Science, Scopus, Dimensions, CNKI, CSSCI, and a few other sources. Some of them require a format conversion using the built-in converters in CiteSpace. A generic user-defined converter is available to convert data files in CSV file.

The data files for visual analytic processes in CiteSpace must follow the naming convention: the filename must start with ‘download’ and end with “.txt”. Major functions in CiteSpace require your data files contain cited references. If your data files do not have cited references, you may still use functions that do not involve citations, for example, networks of keywords or noun phrases.

A few demo projects along with corresponding data files are provided as part of the package.



If you have problems, comments, and/or suggestions related to CiteSpace, please get in touch via the CiteSpace page on SourceForge.

Updated: October 25, 2019

Java is so ubiquitous it’s almost an essential part of computing life. Over three billion devices use it, including – of course – computers. A very long time ago, it was even installed as part of Windows, but some legal shenanigans later, and now only Apple users have it installed alongside the operating system. Windows and Linux users will need to install it separately.

What makes Java so popular? Its cross-platform for starters, so if you code an application in Java, it’ll run on any computer – Windows, Mac or Linux – that has Java installed. It’s also extensively used on various websites, so all-in-all it’s worth installing even as an insurance policy.

You might be surprised to discover which applications require Java – often, they’ll automatically bundle and install it automatically during the setup process, but sometimes it doesn’t quite go to plan, and all you’ll be told is that you need Java.

Should you ever find yourself confronted by this message, you’ll need this, the Java Runtime Environment (JRE), which consists of everything you need to run Java through your web browser and – through the bundled Java Virtual Machine – applications on your computer.

Just click the link above for your platform to download the very latest build on your computer, and you should find the previously misbehaving application works properly again.

Once installed, Java will run unobtrusively in the background, only popping up when an update is released – at most other times it’s invisible, even when being used.

64 Bit Java 8 Mac Download Torrent

Note this is the 64-bit version of Java. Unless you exclusively use 64-bit browsers, you should also install the 32-bit version.

64 Bit Java 8 Mac Download

The Java SE 8 downloads require you to agree to the license agreement before downloading. We point you to the download page on the Oracle website, for legal reasons.

Java SE 8 contains new features and enhancements in many functional areas. Delivers enhanced developer productivity and significant application performance increases through reduced boilerplate code, improved collections and annotations, simpler parallel programming models and more efficient use of modern, multi-core processors

Java SE Development Kit 8 - Downloads


Download Java 1.7 64 Bit

Essential plug-in for specific applications and websites, but may already be installed on your computer - check before downloading.