Command line utilities for monitoring the user research activity.
r2.sh - utility for creating a project, syncing the project activity, adding the access tokens, validating the access tokens and checking the server connectivity for syncing the data.
diana.sh - the tool that monitors and keep track of the user activity in a project. Note: This tool cannot monitor or track your activity outside the project folder.
r2.sh is the utility you need, if you want to publish you research activities to hub.rsquarelabs.com. **r2 will not sync your files to online by default **, it only syncs your activity.
All your research activity that you sync to hub.rsquarelabs.com will be private by default. If you want to publish your research activity to every one, you may go to hub.rsquarelabs.com and make it as public and then all activity files will be seen by everyone.
First of all, register at hub.rsquarelabs.com and get user access token from [hub.rsquarelabs.com/settings/access-tokens/new/] (http://hub.rsquarelabs.com/settings/access-tokens/new/).
r2 init- creating a project
r2 sync- syncing the project to hub - Note: The user only syncs the data of the project/working directory from which you are calling this command.
r2 addtoken- add R2 access token, you need to do this to sync to Hub You have to get the access token by registering at hub.rsquarelabs.com and then creating a user access token.
r2 ping- checks the Hub Connectivity for syncing, also verifies the access tokens
r2 help- get list of commands available
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