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This vignette shows detailed examples for all functionalities of the
In order to connect to ImmuneSpace, you will need a
.netrc file in your home directory that will contain a
machine name (hostname of ImmuneSpace), and your ImmuneSpace
password. See here for more information.
A netrc file may look like this:
machine www.immunespace.org login email@example.com password supersecretpassword
There are two options when it comes to writing a netrc:
interactive_netrc function will:
Below is a gif demonstrating how to use this function:
In the case that the user did not provide login information that results in a connection to ImmuneSpace, a netrc file will not be written to the user's home directory, and the user can try the method again checking for typos.
If the user still cannot connect to ImmuneSpace via the API, they might want to double check that they are registered and that their login information works for ImmuneSpace.
If a netrc file already exists,
interactive_netrc will print the existing file to the console and ask the user if they wish to overwrite that file.
ywill result in the same process as if there were no netrc and overwrite the existing file.
nwill simply check if the existing netrc is able to connect to ImmuneSpace. No new netrc file will be created.
Below is a gif demonstrating how this works:
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