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Install the ASReview software with Pip by running the following command in the CMD.exe (Windows) or Terminal (MacOS/Linux):
pip install asreview
Start the application with the following command (in CMD.exe or Terminal):
You are now ready to start your first Automated Systematic Review!
Please see the Troubleshooting section for common problems.
It is possible to run the ASReview software on a server or custom domain. Use the flags ip and port for configuration. ASReview should only be used in closed networks.
asreview oracle --port 5555 --ip xxx.x.x.xx
For a quickstart of ASReview LAB using Docker and without the need to install anything else, the latest version of the ASReview LAB can be started as well via Docker like this:
docker run -p 5000:5000 asreview/asreview
This will start the ASReview LAB server on port 5000 with default command line options and make it accessible to the host at http://localhost:5000 More advanced command line options can be given afterwards, like this:
docker run -p 9000:9000 asreview/asreview --port 9000
For more information, see the README in the docker folder.
The command line returns one of the following messages:
-bash: pip: No such file or directory
'pip' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
First, check if Python is installed with the following command:
If this doesn’t return 3.6 or higher, then Python isn’t or not correctly installed.
However, there is a simple way to deal with correct environment variables by ading python -m in front of the command. For example:
python -m pip install asreview
In some situations, the entry point “asreview” can not be found after installation. First check whether the package is correctly installed. Do this with the command python -m asreview -h. If this shows a decription of the program, please use python -m in front of all your commands. For example:
python -m asreview oracle