A systematic literature review is a secondary study with the objective to identify, analyze and interpret all available evidence from primary studies related to a specific research question. As suggested by Kitchenham and Charters, the activity to perform a systematic literature review involves planning, conducting, and reporting the review.
Performing a systematic literature review is a labor-intensive task that requires a huge amount of work from the researcher, designing the protocol, adjusting the search string, filtering the results, sometimes more than a thousand articles, selecting those articles that attend the inclusion criteria, and removing those articles that attend the exclude criteria. After that, the researcher might start to analyze the relevant result one by one.
The project is currently running on the following versions:
- Python 3.9
- Django 3.2
- PostgreSQL 12
- Bootstrap 3.4
- jQuery 3.6
To run the project locally first you need to clone the repository:
git clone https://github.com/vitorfs/parsifal.git
Create a virtualenv:
virtualenv venv -p python3
Install the development requirements:
pip install -r requirements/local.txt
Now you should either setup a local PostgreSQL database or use SQLite.
.env file in the project root (you can create one by making a copy of the
cp .env.example .env
Now add the
DATABASE_URL with the connection string pointing to your local database:
Or for SQLite:
Or if you want to place it elsewhere:
Now run the migrations:
python manage.py migrate
Run the local server:
python manage.py runserver
The source code is released under the MIT License.