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Experimental Ubuntu Packages
Carlos Scheidegger is experimenting with Ubuntu (debian) packages and is currently making them available at http://www.sci.utah.edu/~cscheid/software. They can be installed in Ubuntu with
sudo dpkg -i vistrails-<version>.deb
These will install VisTrails on /usr/local. They currently perform no dependency checking, though this will be done in the future, together with a VisTrails apt repository. Please check back often or email him at email@example.com
VisTrails Module Packages
VisTrails makes use of packages of Modules to define and form valid workflows. Some packages are maintained and distributed with the VisTrails itself and are considered part of the core functionality. However, work has also been done on developing user-made and maintained Module Packages. Below are a current list of packages maintained by VisTrails and user packages maintained outside the core source repository. The Package Name field describes the name required by the addPackage() directive in the .vistrails/startup.py file required to load the package.
|Core Packages as of Mar. 12 2007||Description||Package Name|
||Basic module types. These modules consist of value placeholders (Float, Integer, etc) and general workflow manipulation (stdout, File Writing, etc)||Automatically Included|
||Kitware's Visualization ToolKit wrapped for use in VisTrails||vtk|
||Spreadsheet modules for use in visualization workflows.||spreadsheet|
||Modules capable of accessing files via HTTP and using them as if they were locally stored.||HTTP|
||A basic set of modules intended to demonstrate how to create new packages for use in VisTrails||pythonCalc|
||Modules wrapping some of the functionality provided by the Scientific Python package. As this package is large, it is not yet fully wrapped.||SciPy|
||Modules utilizing the Image Magick command-line tools.||ImageMagick|
||Modules capable of taking advantage of existing web services used outside the VisTrails environment||webServices|
||Modules to run some of Afront's functionality.||afront|
||Provides plotting functionality through pylab and matplotlib.||pylab|
Please note that the packages below are created and maintained outside of the VisTrails repository. Installation of them requires extracting them to the appropriate userpackages directory. Many of the packages listed below are incomplete or works in progress. Please take that into consideration during their use.
|User Packages||Description||Package Name||Primary Contact||Download|
||Package allowing simple processing of Protein Databank files (.pdb) to extract mundane statistics||ProteinDataBank||Erik Anderson - eranders 'at' sci.utah.edu||http://www.sci.utah.edu/~eranders/packages/PDB.tar.gz|
||Wrapping of the Insight ToolKit available from KitWare. This is an incomplete set of packages and work is being done to incorporate more of the ITK functionality into the wrappers. DICOM reading is now supported through ITK's GDCMReader module set. This requires CableSWIG and WrapITK.||itk||Erik Anderson - eranders 'at' sci.utah.edu||http://www.sci.utah.edu/~eranders/packages/ITK.tar.gz|
||Modules allowing access to a local Matlab engine and interpreter. This is an incomplete set of packages and work is being done to incorporate more functionality into the wrappers. This requires Matlab and MLabWrap.||Matlab||Erik Anderson - eranders 'at' sci.utah.edu||http://www.sci.utah.edu/~eranders/packages/Matlab.tar.gz|
||Modules allowing access to the trimesh2 library. It requires access to the trimesh2 executables (notably, mesh_filter).||trimesh2||Carlos Scheidegger - cscheid 'at' sci.utah.edu||http://www.sci.utah.edu/~cscheid/software/vistrails/trimesh2.py|
||Modules allowing access to VCG's metro tool. It requires access to the metro executable.||trimesh2||Carlos Scheidegger - cscheid 'at' sci.utah.edu||http://www.sci.utah.edu/~cscheid/software/vistrails/metro.py|