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README.md

NeuroVault.org

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Easy to use web database for human brain statistical maps, atlases and parcellation maps.

How to set up NeuroVault for local development?

Installing dependencies

  1. Fork the main repository (https://github.com/NeuroVault/NeuroVault)
  2. Clone your fork to your computer: git clone https://github.com/<your_username>/NeuroVault
    1. Warning: if you are using OS X you have to clone the repository to a subfolder in your home folder - /Users/<your_username>/... - otherwise docker-machine will not be able to mount code directories and may fail silently.
  3. Install docker >= 1.10 (If you are using OS X you'll also need docker-machine and VirtualBox)
  4. Install docker-compose >= 1.6
    1. If you are using OS X and homebrew steps 3 and 4 can be achieved by: brew update && brew install docker docker-machine docker-compose
  5. Make sure your docker daemon is running and environment variables are configured (on OS X: docker-machine create --driver virtualbox nv && docker-machine start nv && eval "$(docker-machine env nv)")

Running the server

docker-compose up -d

The webpage will be available at 127.0.0.1 (unless you are using docker-machine - then run docker-machine ip nv to figure out which IP address you need to use; remember that your enviroment variables need to be properly configured by running eval "$(docker-machine env nv)"). Initially, some data will be available by default with username/password neurovault/neurovault and neurovault2/neurovault2.

You can also run the server in non detached mode (shows all the logs in realtime).

docker-compose up

Stopping the server

docker-compose stop

Restarting the server

After making changes to the code you need to restart the server (but just the uwsgi and celery components):

docker-compose restart nginx uwsgi worker

Reseting the server

If you would like to reset the server and clean the database:

docker-compose stop
docker-compose rm
docker-compose up

Running Django shell

docker-compose run --rm uwsgi python manage.py shell

Running tests

docker-compose run --rm uwsgi python manage.py test

Updating docker image

If you add a dependency to requirements.txt or modify Dockerfile you will need to rebuild the docker image

docker build -t neurovault/neurovault .

Using pycortex

To use pycortex you will need a different image (that includes FreeSurfer). Just change "neurovault/neurovault" with "neurovault/neurovault_fs" in docker-compose.yml. This image is significantly bigger and will take longer to download.

You can also build it locally

docker build -t neurovault/neurovault_fs -f fs_docker/Dockerfile .