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README.md

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ViziQuer

The aim of the ViziQuer project is to provide visual/diagrammatic environment for ontology-based data query definition and execution.

See http://viziquer.lumii.lv for the tool description.

Installation

You can choose between running ViziQuer locally (from source) and running ViziQuer within a Docker environment

To setup ViziQuer locally

  1. Download and install Meteor framework, follow instructions: https://www.meteor.com/install
  2. Create a directory for ViziQuer on your computer and then perform git clone for this repository
  3. To run Meteor, type meteor in the ViziQuer directory. To run on a specific port, type, for example, meteor --port 4000.
  4. Open browser and type localhost:3000 (default port: 3000) or with the specified port localhost:4000

To run ViziQuer within a Docker environment on MacOs or Linux

  1. Download, install and start Docker: https://docs.docker.com/install/
  2. Start the tool by docker-compose -f docker-compose-public.yml up.
  3. Open browser and type localhost:80.

To run ViziQuer within a Docker environment on Windows

  1. Download, install and start Docker: https://docs.docker.com/install/
  2. Create a volume for Mongo DB before the first use: docker volume create --name=vqdata (to avoid issues of Mongo DB not working from a shared Windows folder).
  3. Start the tool by docker-compose -f docker-compose-windows.yml up.
  4. Open browser and type localhost:80.

Configuration for the first use

  1. The first user that signs up to the tool instance shall get administrator rights (the rights to manage tool configurations)
  2. (Not necessary since 0.2.4) To create a tool and load ViziQuer configuration, go to Configurator (in panel on left) and create a tool, for example, ViziQuer and then click button Import. Then choose the VQ tool configuration file (e.g. vq_configuration_dump_vnn.json) to upload from ./jsons directory. Since version 0.2.4, the tool configuration is loaded automatically from jsons/VQ_configuration_latest.json.
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