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README.md

DEFC-App

About DEFC-App

DEFC stands for Digitizing Early Farming Cultures, a project conducted by the Austrian Academy of Sciences. The DEFC-App is an application for curating, exploring, and retrieving archaeological datasets.

Install

The DEFC-App is based on Django 1.8 and was developed and tested with Python 3.4.

  1. Clone the repository and check out the master branch which holds the latest stable version.
  2. Change to the project´s root directory.
  3. Create a virtual environment.
  4. Run pip install -r requirements.txt to install all required packages.
  5. Change directory into orea/settings/ and adept dummysettings.py according to your custom database.
  6. Open a terminal, change to the project´s root directory.
  7. Run python manage.py runserver --settings=orea.settings.dummysettings
  8. Open a browser of your choice and enter http://127.0.0.1:8000/defcdb/.
  9. If everything worked out, you should see something like on this demo-page

Import controlled vocabularies

On of the main assets of the DEFC-App is its carefully curtated controlled vocabulary which helps keeping the different datasets as homogeneous as possible.

  1. more to come....