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d1ca29d325dc ProteinSearch: link to interactors contains the UniProt ID instead of the ComPPI ID. 2 years and 3 months ago Gyurkó, M. Dávid, 'dualon
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b0710336448c Data overlap: included the yeast. 2 years and 9 months ago Gyurkó, M. Dávid, 'dualon
d7cce72aa8f1 Data overlap script: single run is enough now for all results. 2 years and 9 months ago Gyurkó, M. Dávid, 'dualon
c619d2747bb5 ProteinSearch: interactor filtering fixed and updated. 2 years and 9 months ago Gyurkó, M. Dávid, 'dualon
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README

What is ComPPI?

Comppi is a Compartmentalized Protein-Protein Interaction database

Requirements

The ComPPI software is currently built on the top of Symfony2. Please refer to "Symfony2" requirements and supported databases. To install Symfony2 dependecies git is recommended, but you can also download it manually.

Installation

Get the ComPPI code:

$ git clone http://bificomp2.sote.hu:22422/comppi

Locate the configuration parameters file and adjust the settings related to database connection to your environment.

$ cp ./app/config/parameters.ini.dist ./app/config/parameters.ini
$ $EDITOR ./app/config/parameters.ini

Install symfony dependencies:

$ ./bin/vendors install

Build the database

Grab the sources:

$ ./bin/download_sources.sh

This will put the 3rd party source databases under ./databases. You may want to add other custom sources indicated by the download script. To load them into the configured database, issue the following command:

$ ./bin/build_database.sh

Visit demo page

Assuming you put the project under your HTTP servers document root into the directory named comppi, you can access to the demo page via the following url:

http://localhost/comppi/web/app_dev.php/stat

If everything went fine (including you have already loaded the plaintext files into your database), you should see some statistics about the database.