Welcome to the Prime wiki!
Prime is a tool used for analyzing and extracting information from a large number of code snippets. It is intended to mine code snippets that all use the same API, and then use the mined information to answer queries about the usage of the API in those snippets.
Prime can be used for:
A HistoryCollection containing the search results, each with an associated "support" (number of samples represented by it) and "score" (the path's probability in the automata).
The OOPSLA 2012 paper submission contained a collection of results. We have prepared a list here of some of them along with a few others. There are also instructions on how to reproduce these results yourself, on identical or different inputs.
If you don't want to bother installing anything and don't mind downloading a 3GB file, just use our Prime in a Box edition, in which you download a complete VM.
Prime is released under the Eclipse Public License.