Install distributed version by conda
Anaconda provides an enterprise-ready data analytics platform that empowers companies to adopt a modern open data science analytics architecture.
MSS is available as anaconda package on the channel.
The conda-forge packages are based on defaults and other conda-forge packages. This channel conda-forge has builds for osx-64, linux-64, win-64
The conda-forge github organization uses various automated continuous integration build processes.
Please add the channel conda-forge to your defaults:
$ conda config --add channels conda-forge
The last channel added gets on top of the list. This gives the order:
channels: - conda-forge - defaults
First search in conda-forge.
You must install mss into a new environment to ensure the most recent versions for dependencies (On the Anaconda Prompt on Windows, you have to leave out the ‘source’ here and below). :
$ conda create -n mssenv mamba $ conda activate mssenv (mssenv) $ mamba install mss
Afterwards reactivate the environment, this sets all env variables needed.
(mssenv) $ conda deactivate $ conda activate mssenv
For updating an existing MSS installation to the current version, it is best to install it into a new environment. If an existing environment shall be updated, it is important to update all packages in this environment.
$ conda activate mssenv (mssenv) $ mamba update mss (mssenv) $ mamba update --all
To start the MSS UI you can lookup for “mss” on your desktop program manager or use a terminal
(mssenv) $ mss
The configuration is described in the section mss-configuration
To try out the setup you can use demo data. Read about a server based installation.
(mssenv) $ mswms_demodata --seed (mssenv) $ mswms
This data is then available on localhost:8081. The capabilities can be read on a web browser too.
To tryout the setup you can use demo data. Read about a server based installation.
(mssenv) $ mscolab db --init (mssenv) $ mscolab db --seed (mssenv) $ mscolab start
The service is than availale on localhost:8083 and can be verified by the server status
Further information about installation options
Please read details on http://mss.rtfd.io