Download

ARTS is free and open source with no login requirement. Find custom installation instructions at our git repository:

https://bitbucket.org/ziemertlab/arts

The webserver can also be installed separately which can be used to view exported results:

https://bitbucket.org/ziemertlab/artswebapp

Quick start with docker and docker compose:

For details on setting up docker and docker-compose see https://docs.docker.com/compose/install/ This will install local instances of the analysis and web server on a unix/linux system. For a windows installation see https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-windows/ The end result should be an directory with the docker-compose and ".env" file (On windows renaming a file ".file." will produce ".file", or choose save as "." in notepad)

  1. Make an isolated directory and download the docker-compose file to install the pre-built ARTS containers:

    mkdir ARTSdocker && cd ARTSdocker
    wget -O docker-compose.yml https://bitbucket.org/ziemertlab/arts/raw/HEAD/docker-compose-arts.yml
    
  2. Set environment variables for multiprocessing, port number to run webserver, and shared folders of host system (replace /tmp with desired path or use these as the default):

    echo "ARTS_RESULTS=/tmp > .env"
    echo "ARTS_UPLOAD=/tmp >> .env"
    echo "ARTS_RUN=/tmp >> .env"
    echo "ARTS_CPU=1 >> .env"
    echo "ARTS_WEBPORT=80 >> .env"
    
  3. Build and start the services (from the ARTSdocker directory):

    docker-compose up
    
  4. Shutting down services and clear containers from disk storage:

    docker-compose down
    

Extra) Start services in the background, check for running services, and shutdown without removing containers from disk:

docker-compose up -d
docker ps -a
docker-compose stop