JHAVÉ is a java application that renders algorithm visualizations. Students explore algorithms by viewing visual representations of data, controlling movement and by responding to pop-up questions. The JHAVÉ site includes a large collection of free materials for students and faculty to use.

JHAVÉ currently supports algorithm visualizations in three different scripting languages: GAIGS, Animal, and XAAL.

The JHAVÉ project principal investigators are Thomas Naps, Scott Grissom, and Myles McNally.

Most of the AVs have an HTML page that discusses the associated topic. The AV itself is typically a series of "slides", and there are associated pop-up questions for the user to answer.

JHAVÉ was being actively maintained and summer students were actively developing new modules as of Summer 2009.

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