Commit 11f3cd47 authored by Martin Schorb's avatar Martin Schorb
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doc -hotknife and typo

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render_log_dir = '/g/emcf/software/render-logs'
# hotknife_dir = "/g/emcf/schorb/code/hot-knife"
# base directory for launchers etc...
workdir = '/g/emcf/software/volumealign/dash'
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email = '@embl.de'
doc_url = 'https://schorb.embl-community.io/volumealign/usage/'
init_logfile = 'out.txt' #render_log_dir + '/pointmatch_schorb_20210303-1617.log'
init_logfile = 'out.txt' #render_log_dir + 'fancylogfile.log'
#==============================================================
## Compute resources presets
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- the EMBL custom Render-Python module (based on `render-modules` development at the Allen Institute). This includes the `BigFeta` global solver.
Repo: [https://github.com/martinschorb/render-modules](https://github.com/martinschorb/render-modules)
- in addition, an additional step to create proper BDV-N5 metadata context (last step finalize`) is necessary using [PyBDV](https://github.com/constantinpape/pybdv).
- in addition, an additional step to create proper BDV-N5 metadata context (last step `finalize`) is necessary using [PyBDV](https://github.com/constantinpape/pybdv).
## Frontend
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## General design
The frontend for users is written in [Potly.dash](https://dash.plotly.com/) based on Python (`> 3.6`).
The frontend for users is written in [Potly.dash](https://dash.plotly.com/)(`>1.16`, version `2.0` is supported and will be necessary soon) based on Python (`> 3.6`).
The design of the workflow is borrowed from [IMOD's](https://bio3d.colorado.edu/imod/) [`etomo`](https://bio3d.colorado.edu/imod/doc/etomoTutorial.html) main window showing the sequential main steps of the procedure in the menu column on the left and all important parameter settings belonging to the current active steps in the main page.
The design of the workflow is inspired and borrowed from [IMOD's](https://bio3d.colorado.edu/imod/) [`etomo`](https://bio3d.colorado.edu/imod/doc/etomoTutorial.html) main window showing the sequential main steps of the procedure in the menu column on the left and all important parameter settings belonging to the current active steps in the main page.
## customization
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