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README.md

Build Status js-standard-style

bigfive-web

Website for five factor model of personality based on work from IPIP-NEO-PI.

Tests and evaluation is gathered from ipip.ori.org.

See it live @ bigfive-test.com

Written in nodejs using the next.js and micro framework

Preview

Installation

Download and install nodejs and git

The results are saved to a mongodb database, so for a full test you either need a running mongodb or an instance at mlab

git clone https://github.com/Alheimsins/bigfive-web
cd bigfive-web
npm install
vim config.js # Edit config
npm run dev

Open web-browser at http://localhost:3000

Deploy using Now

At the moment bigfive-web is only compatible with Now v1.

Follow this step by step guide

Deploy using Docker

Install Docker

$ docker run -d -p 3000:3000 --name bigfive-web alheimsins/bigfive-web

This will spin up a docker container and the test will be accessible at http://localhost:3000

Related

Help wanted

If you want to help by translating the items to other languages this is how you do it.

License

MIT

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Created by zrrzzt and maccyber with ❤ for Alheimsins