Commit f65e93de authored by james hadfield's avatar james hadfield
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fix broken links for zika JSON in docs

The links to the v1 zika JSONs in the docs were broken as that dataset had been removed and replaced with the v2 JSON
parent 648f273f
......@@ -35,12 +35,11 @@ See [here](https://nextstrain.github.io/auspice/introduction/install) for full i
In order to get up & running you'll need to have some datasets to visualise.
Please see the [nextstrain docs](https://nextstrain.org/docs/) for tutorials on how to do this.
For the purposes of getting auspice up & running you can download the current zika dataset via:
For the purposes of getting started, you can download the current zika dataset via:
```
mkdir datasets
curl http://data.nextstrain.org/zika_meta.json --compressed -o datasets/zika_meta.json
curl http://data.nextstrain.org/zika_tree.json --compressed -o datasets/zika_tree.json
curl http://data.nextstrain.org/zika.json --compressed -o datasets/zika.json
```
And then run `auspice` via:
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......@@ -19,8 +19,7 @@ For the purposes of getting Auspice up and running you can download the current
```bash
mkdir datasets
curl http://data.nextstrain.org/zika_meta.json --compressed -o datasets/zika_meta.json
curl http://data.nextstrain.org/zika_tree.json --compressed -o datasets/zika_tree.json
curl http://data.nextstrain.org/zika.json --compressed -o datasets/zika.json
```
And then run `auspice` via:
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......@@ -66,8 +66,7 @@ You can run each command with <code>--help</code> attached to see help from the
<p>In order to get up and running you'll need to have some datasets to visualise.
For the purposes of getting Auspice up and running you can download the current Zika dataset via:</p>
<pre><code class="hljs css language-bash">mkdir datasets
curl http://data.nextstrain.org/zika_meta.json --compressed -o datasets/zika_meta.json
curl http://data.nextstrain.org/zika_tree.json --compressed -o datasets/zika_tree.json
curl http://data.nextstrain.org/zika.json --compressed -o datasets/zika.json
</code></pre>
<p>And then run <code>auspice</code> via:</p>
<pre><code class="hljs css language-bash">auspice view --datasetDir datasets
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......@@ -66,8 +66,7 @@ You can run each command with <code>--help</code> attached to see help from the
<p>In order to get up and running you'll need to have some datasets to visualise.
For the purposes of getting Auspice up and running you can download the current Zika dataset via:</p>
<pre><code class="hljs css language-bash">mkdir datasets
curl http://data.nextstrain.org/zika_meta.json --compressed -o datasets/zika_meta.json
curl http://data.nextstrain.org/zika_tree.json --compressed -o datasets/zika_tree.json
curl http://data.nextstrain.org/zika.json --compressed -o datasets/zika.json
</code></pre>
<p>And then run <code>auspice</code> via:</p>
<pre><code class="hljs css language-bash">auspice view --datasetDir datasets
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