I am an undergraduate research aid for a biochemistry lab and am currently working to optimize the manner in which we analyze a lot of our data from our experiments. The program we currently use is an open source program called ImageJ which we utilized to track cancer cells and analyze their trajectories in our time lapse videos. The program is written in Java and the source code is free to download ( I posted a link below) and is beautiful and extensive code. However, for my project I simply need to optimize this program for our personal use and the main task at hand is exporting the trajectory data to an Excel spreadsheet. I am using Eclipse to edit my code and have read about JExcel API but wasn't sure how to really integrate this or if this would be compatible with Eclipse. Any help would be extremely helpful as I really am a true novice when it comes to coding in Java.