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README.md

Edam stand alone browser using d3.js

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The EDAM Browser is a client-side web-based visualization javascript widget. Its goals are to help describing bio-related resources and service with EDAM, and to facilitate and foster community contributions to EDAM.

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Use it ...

... online

Go to https://ifb-elixirfr.github.io/edam-browser/

... locally

Download/clone the repository

Run python start_edam_stand_alone_browser.py

It starts a web server allowing you to browse edam on localhost:20080.

... with a custom ontology

EDAM Browser can render ontology described in json following the schema, see here for more information on how to load a custom ontology.

Third party integration

Demo

A demo showing you how to add the tree visualization and how you can interact with the it programmatically is available at https://ifb-elixirfr.github.io/edam-browser/demo.html

Dependencies

The EDAM Browser relies on D3.js 4.13.0, JQuery 3.2.1, JQuery UI 1.12.1, Boostrap 3.3.7, and Font Awesome 4.7.0

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