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This project contains several tools for gene expression analysis with help of R/Bioconductor`

## Installation

The package requires installing `devtools` package and Bioconductor library set up.


A warning could appear that the repository contain submodules. This warning 
can be safely ignored.

## Running

In R:

servePhantasus('', 8000, cacheDir='cache')

Open `http://localhost:8000` in your browser.

## System dependencies

There are several system packages that have to be installed on the system. The
names of these packages will be displayed during installation. On Ubuntu can
install them beforehand and all together using command:

sudo apt-get install libapparmor-dev libprotobuf-dev protobuf-compiler libcurl4-openssl-dev libssl-dev libxml2-dev

## Docker 

To simplify deployment phantasus Docker image can be used. It is build regularly and is available at https://hub.docker.com/r/dzenkova/phantasus 
You can run with the following commands:

docker pull dzenkova/phantasus
docker run -t -d -p 80:80 dzenkova/phantasus

Phantasus will be available at http://localhost

## Docker compose

Docker compose is available [here](docker-compose.yml) 
You can run with the following command:

docker-compose up -d

Phantasus will be available at http://localhost

## ARCHS4 

Phantasus tries to find ARCHS4 .h5 files at cacheDir/archs4  

There are three different ways to obtain ARCHS4 files depending on how you are running Phantasus:

### Bare install

You can download ARCHS4 (~10GB) with the following command:
R -e 'library(phantasus); updateARCHS4("path/to/cacheDir/archs4")'
Don't forget to specify the path to cacheDir/arcsh4.

### Docker-compose (preferred way)

If you are running phantasus using our docker-compose then you can easily download ARCHS4 (~10GB) with the following command:

docker-compose run phantasus R -e 'library(phantasus); updateARCHS4();'
If you happen to have ARCHS4 already downloaded on your PC then you can just sepcify path to folder in archs4 volume at docker-compose.yml

### Docker

If you are running phantasus in docker then you can download ARCHS4 (~10GB) with the following command:
docker exec -it phantasus_container R -e 'library(phantasus); updateARCHS4();'
Where "phantasus_container" is the name or hash of running container with phantasus.

Beware that downloading ARCHS4 without volumes makes no sense (see docker-compose.yml).
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