The odML-Editor is a standalone GUI application used for working with the odML Documents. The Python odML library is available on GitHub. If you are not familiar with the version control system git, but still want to use it, have a look at the documentation available on the git-scm website.
odML Version 1.4 introduced breaking format and API changes compared to the previous versions of odML. Files saved in a previous format version can be automatically converted into the new format via “File - Import”. The import will create a new file and will not overwrite the original file.
Be aware that the value dtype
binary has been removed. Incorporating binary
data into odML files is discouraged, provide references to the original files using the
URL dtype instead.
For details regarding the introduced changes please check the github release notes.
All released versions are distributed via the Python Package Index and can
be installed using
$ pip install odml-ui
Once installed, the program can be activated via the command line:
Note: It might be required to install the external GTK3 dependencies first.
The odML-Editor makes use of the Gtk 3+ library for the GUI, and the
Following dependencies need to be installed for the odML-Editor.
- Python 2.7+ or Python 3.4+
- odml v1.4
(pip install odml)
For Ubuntu-based distributions:
sudo apt-get install libgtk-3-0
sudo apt-get install gobject-introspection
- For Python 3,
sudo apt-get install python3-gi
- For Python 2,
sudo apt-get install python-gi
For Fedora-based distributions:
sudo dnf install gtk3
sudo dnf install pygobject3
- For Python 3,
sudo dnf install python3-gobject
- For Python 2,
sudo dnf install python-gobject
Anaconda environments require only the following packages before installing the odML-Editor:
Python 2.7+ or Python 3.4+.
Install the following packages in the following order.:
$ conda install -c pkgw/label/superseded gtk3 $ conda install -c conda-forge pygobject $ conda install -c conda-forge gdk-pixbuf $ conda install -c pkgw-forge adwaita-icon-theme
NOTE: These packages currently only work on Linux out of the box!
The macOS installation of these 3rd party dependencies contain a bug which causes the opening of any window selecting files to crash the application.
If you still want to use odmlui with conda on macOS, you currently need to apply a manual fix at the start of your session in your active conda environment to avert this crash:
You can also add scripts to your conda environment that always automatically sets up the required environment variable at the start of a conda session as described in the conda documentation.
macOS using homebrew:
For Python 2 (Python 3)
brew install gtk+ (gtk+3)
brew install pygobject (pygobject3)
brew install gnome-icon-theme
brew install gobject-introspection
Installation from source
The most straightforward way to get to the odML-Editor source from the command line is to use git and clone the repository from GitHub into your directory of choice:
$ cd /home/usr/toolbox/ $ git clone https://github.com/G-Node/odml-ui.git
If you don’t want to use git, download the ZIP file also provided on GitHub to your computer (e.g. as above on your home directory under a “toolbox” folder).
To install the odML-Editor, enter the corresponding directory and run:
$ cd /home/usr/toolbox/odml-ui/ $ python setup.py install
pip install gi will lead to a namespace conflict with the
required GObject introspection library.
More information about the project including related projects as well as tutorials and examples can be found at our odML project page
Bugs & Questions
Should you find a behaviour that is likely a bug or feel there is something missing, just create an issue over at the GitHub odML-Editor issue tracker.
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