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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md index 2724556..04299e5 100644 --- a/README.md +++ b/README.md @@ -1,69 +1,12 @@ -# Accurator Quick Start Guide # - - -Accurator is an annotation system running on Cliopatria powered by Prolog. Below the instructions for setting up Accurator on a mac or linux machine. - -## Setup webserver ## - - -Install latest SWI-Prolog development release: http://www.swi-prolog.org/download/devel - -Clone the Cliopatria webserver code in a suitable directory: -```bash -$ cd git -$ git clone email@example.com:ClioPatria/ClioPatria.git -``` - -Create a folder for the accurator server: -```bash -$ cd .. -$ mkdir accurator -$ cd accurator -``` - -Now configure this directory as a ClioPatria project by running: -```bash -$ ../git/ClioPatria/configure -``` - -You can now run the web server using the command below (typing 'halt.' will stop it): -```bash -$ ./run.pl -``` - -## Setup accurator package ## - -Start the webserver and install the required cpacks: -```bash -$ ./run.pl -?- cpack_install(accurator). -``` - -Congratulations! If everything went well you now have a server with accurator functionallity running at: localhost:3020/intro.html - -## Load data ## - -Create a folder for the rdf data: -```bash -$ cd .. -$ ls - ClioPatria accurator -$ mkdir rdf -$ cd rdf -``` - -Clone a repository with RDF and a void file describing the data and load the data after starting the server. Here we download Naturalis data, were there are multiple subsets to choose from: -```bash -$ git clone https://github.com/rasvaan/naturalis.git -$ cd .. -$ ./run.pl -?- rdf_library:rdf_attach_library('../rdf/naturalis/'). -?- rdf_library:rdf_list_library. -``` - -A list of datasets to load is shown. You can for example choose to load a vocabulary and print collection: -```bash -?- rdf_library:rdf_load_library('IOC-birdlist-en-nl',). -?- rdf_library:rdf_load_library('Naturalis-prints',). -``` -With the data loaded you should be able to annotate some artworks! +# Accurator # + +Accurator is a crowdsourcing framework developed in the context of the [SEALINCMedia project](https://sealincmedia.wordpress.com), allowing users to contribute their expert knowledge to cultural heritage collections. Accurator runs on top of the [Cliopatria triple store](https://github.com/ClioPatria/ClioPatria). Having all data modelled according to the [Linked Data principles](http://www.w3.org/DesignIssues/LinkedData.html) and making the system localisable are key design choices in the development of the system. + +## Wiki pages +* [System overview](https://github.com/rasvaan/accurator/wiki) +* [Setup](https://github.com/rasvaan/accurator/wiki/1.-Setup) +* [Collection data](https://github.com/rasvaan/accurator/wiki/2.-Collection-data) +* [Taxonomies](https://github.com/rasvaan/accurator/wiki/3.-Taxonomies) +* [Domains](https://github.com/rasvaan/accurator/wiki/4.-Domains) +* [Interface adaption](https://github.com/rasvaan/accurator/wiki/5.-Interface-adaption) +* [Locale](https://github.com/rasvaan/accurator/wiki/6.-Locale) \ No newline at end of file