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The ZENBU system is designed for users to work with their data and with their collaborators. Although the convenience of using the online public zenbu http://fantom.gsc.riken.jp/zenbu has many advantages, we understand that some users will want to install a local copy of ZENBU. This Installation guide is here to help you install a ZENBU server on your machine from source code. This guide will provide you with a working ZENBU server, but will not have a local copy of data. Data will be remotely shared dynamically from the RIKEN ZENBU server.
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ZENBU is written as a client/server or web2.0 designed system. It is written in c++ and perl for server-side web services and command line tools while the web clients are written in javascript.  
 
ZENBU is written as a client/server or web2.0 designed system. It is written in c++ and perl for server-side web services and command line tools while the web clients are written in javascript.  
  

Revision as of 16:34, 15 July 2014

The ZENBU system is designed for users to work with their data and with their collaborators. Although the convenience of using the online public zenbu http://fantom.gsc.riken.jp/zenbu has many advantages, we understand that some users will want to install a local copy of ZENBU. This Installation guide is here to help you install a ZENBU server on your machine from source code. This guide will provide you with a working ZENBU server, but will not have a local copy of data. Data will be remotely shared dynamically from the RIKEN ZENBU server.

ZENBU is written as a client/server or web2.0 designed system. It is written in c++ and perl for server-side web services and command line tools while the web clients are written in javascript.

The ZENBU source code is available for download from our sourceforge page https://sourceforge.net/projects/zenbu

The installation procedure requires several key steps

  • phase4: loading data
    • loading new genomes
    • loading data via the command line