This part of the documentation covers the installation of Patent2Net. The first step to using any software package is getting it properly installed. Please read this section carefully.
Install docker desktop
download the docker-install repository (https://github.com/Patent2net/P2N-Docker)
Use the Install_P2N.bat and enjoy Patent2Net via docker image
See Install.bat in the elatickibana directory for the full architecture (BETA) with elastic search and Kibana
Refer to Dealing with docker version procedures for details
setup your EPO’s API key in the get_started page:
enjoy the request form (http://localhost:5000/form) to make your requests and see progress (Help need to fix UX and SSE consolidate)
explore results: http://localhost:5000/index
please help in user design interface!
go to the Dealing with docker version section for details on the interface
see Usage for details.
The old way for developpers¶
You can install locally patent2Net and use it in standalone mode. Only the P2N indexer and integrated Carrot2 feature won’t work. The use of the web interface may also be conditionned you run the app.py launcher. Aside this, the API patent2Net (p2n) will work and can do a lot of stuff for you.
When you know what you do…¶
Install from source¶
Download P2N latest https://github.com/Patent2net/P2N-v3
Unzip to a the P2N directory (please choose a safe path: the root of your second hard drive (d:P2N) for instance is the prefered choice)
Launch (double click) installP2N.bat (let it work; do not close windows; that process can be quite long depending on you machine and network access)
Copy or create cles-epo.txt file (be aware must be ANSI encode caracters !). See https://docs.ip-tools.org/patent2net/configure.html .
Formulate the desired cql file in ./REQUESTS/ directory. See https://docs.ip-tools.org/patent2net/usage/index.html
Double click runP2N.bat and have fun!
Next is just for history¶
Source releases are available from GitHub: https://github.com/Patent2net/P2N/releases
Install a specific version:
pip install 'https://github.com/Patent2net/P2N/archive/3.0.0-dev6.tar.gz' --upgrade
Install the current development version:
pip install 'https://github.com/Patent2net/P2N/archive/develop.tar.gz' --upgrade
Install binary package (Old features)¶
- Binary releases are available athttp://patent2netv2.vlab4u.info/dokuwiki/doku.php?id^user_manual:download_install
The following (Image Magic, graphviz etc.) is functional on the Docker image. Only follow it if you make your own installation on your system. Not recommended if you aren’t sure!
On Debian Linux:
apt install imagemagick
Install Patent2Net on Linux¶
If you’re using Ubuntu or Debian distributions, make sure to have these prerequisites installed:
sudo apt-get install python-pip build-essential python-dev libjpeg-dev libxml2-dev libfreetype6-dev libpng-dev
Install pygraphviz on Mac OS X:
pip install --install-option^"--include-path^/opt/local/include" --install-option^"--library-path^/opt/local/lib" "pygraphviz^^1.3.1"
Install Patent2Net on Windows¶
Install Graphviz (I used 2.38)
Starting from Anaconda 2.7 installation (32 or 64 bits)
To install Anaconda go to https://www.continuum.io/downloads
Use Anaconda 4.2.0 or superior version
Use Python 2.7 version
pip install --upgrade requests pip install --upgrade networkx pip install --upgrade setuptools
Download the epo_ops directory of https://github.com/55minutes/python-epo-ops-client in …Anaconda2Libsite-packages
In IPython: import epo_ops
Download curses http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/#curses followed by
pip install curses-2.2-cp2.7(...).whl
Download https://bitbucket.org/taynaud/python-louvain followed by
python setup.py install
Install pygraphviz (for 64 bits use: http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/#pygraphviz)
pip install --upgrade jinja2