LONI Distributed Pipeline Server (DPS) Installation Utility

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DPS is a utility that streamlines the process of setting up an independent Pipeline environment. The interface walks a user through several steps, providing default preferences along the way, but also gives the user flexibility in configuring the resulting system. As a result, this tool is designed to be used by neuroscientists, bioinformaticians, and system administrators alike.

 

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Features

  • Advice and hints inform the user about system parameters that are required by the installer.
  • If deploying on top of a cluster of nodes, Son of Grid Engine can be installed.
  • A list of neuro imaging and bioinformatics packages are optionally available, along with associated Pipeline modules and workflows
  • The Pipeline server can be configured from the DPS interface or, after installation, by launching the server terminal interface

 


LONI Distributed Pipeline Server (DPS) Installation Utility Support

 

Download Details

Version: 2.0.2
Release Date:  2012-04-19
Developer(s): Petros Petrosyan, Zhizhong Liu and Alen Zamanyan
License: LONI Software License
File Size: 322 KB
 
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS OS: CentOS version 5.8 or above
Reference(s)
Dinov, ID, Lozev K, Petrosyan P, Liu Z, Eggert P, Pierce, J, Zamanyan, A, Chakrapani, S, Van Horn, JD, Parker, DS, Magsipoc, R, Leung, K, Gutman, B, Woods, RP, Toga, AW. (2010) Neuroimaging Study Designs, Computational Analyses and Data Provenance Using the LONI Pipeline. PLoS ONE 5(9):e13070. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0013070
 
Dinov, ID, Torri, F, Macciardi, F, Petrosyan, P, Liu, Z, Zamanyan, A, Eggert, P, Pierce, J, Genco, A, Knowles, JA, Clark, AP, Van Horn, JD, Ames, J, Kesselman, C, Toga, AW. (2011) Applications of the Pipeline Environment for Visual Informatics and Genomics Computations, BMC Bioinformatics, 12:304, doi:10.1186/1471-2105-12-304.
 
Acknowledgement(s)
This work was supported by:
NIH-NCRR 9P41EB015922-15 and 2-P41-RR-013642-15
NIH-NCRR U54 RR021813
NIH-NIMH R01 MH071940
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