Any handloading manual, Hornady, Speer, Lee, Sierra and others have trajectory and muzzle energy tables in the rear for all calibers and bullet weights.
I guess you can equate the recoil energy by looking at the muzzle energy, but they are two different measurements. As a rule of thumb, the higher the muzzle energy, the more the recoil. There are tables for actual recoil energy, but I do not have them at this time. If I find them, I will get back to you. Hopefully one of the senior staff may know where to find them.