The following Python and Django modules must be installed on the system before installing the COG workspace. Please refer to each package for its specific installation instructions:
The COG scientific workspace software is hosted within the NCPP SVN Source Force repository. To check out the latest software version from the trunk:
svn export https://ncpp.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/ncpp/COG COG
The COG distribution includes the following software dependencies: filebrowser, tiny_mce, blueprint and yui.
Installing the package will automatically create an empty database that conforms to the latest version of the schema, located in the “/database” subdirectory. After downloading the software, you must create a super-user account by running the following Django command (within the installed COG directory), and answering the ensuing questions appropriately:
python manage.py createsuperuser
To start the application, cd to the COG directory and run the Django command:
python manage.py runserver
Assuming you have deployed on localhost, you can start using the application by accessing the following URLs:
An existing installation can be easily migrated from one installation directory to another, following the steps below:
Or, simply, the whole directory structure can be copied from one location to the other...
The COG application can be easily upgraded to a newer version, provided the database schema is upgraded as well. Simply follows these steps:
The last step will evolve the schema of the schema used by the cog application to the latest version.
Earth System CoG Sponsors and Partners
CoG was developed under grants from the National Science Foundation and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and in partnership with the Department of Energy Office of Science, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the Infrastructure for the European Network for Earth System Modeling project, which is supported by the European Union. Data archive and search is provided by the Earth System Grid Federation.