DSP-TOOLS is a Python package with a command line interface that helps you interact with a DaSCH service platform (DSP) server.

# DSP-TOOLS documentation

DSP-TOOLS is a Python package with a command line interface that helps you interact with a DSP server. A DSP server is a remote server or a local machine where the DSP-API is running on.

pip3 install dsp-tools


pip3 install --upgrade dsp-tools


The two main tasks that DSP-TOOLS serves for are:

• Create a project with its data model(s), described in a JSON file, on a DSP server
In order to archive your data on the DaSCH Service Platform, you need a data model that describes your data. The data model is defined in a JSON project definition file which has to be transmitted to the DSP server. If the DSP server is aware of the data model for your project, conforming data can be uploaded into the DSP repository.
• Upload data, described in an XML file, to a DSP server that has a project with a matching data model
Sometimes, data is added in large quantities. Therefore, DSP-TOOLS allows you to perform bulk imports of your data. In order to do so, the data has to be described in an XML file. DSP-TOOLS is able to read the XML file and upload all data to the DSP server.

All functionalities of DSP-TOOLS revolve around these two basic tasks.

DSP-TOOLS provides the following functionalities:

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