The GitHub repository named getting-started-with-ezvis has an example to quickly see what can be done with ezVIS.
To get the example, several methods are available:
$ git clone https://github.com/madec-project/getting-started-with-ezvis.git
zip: get the zip file and unzip it.
tar.gz: get the tar.gz and unzip it:
$ tar xvzf getting-started-with-ezvis-master.tar.gz
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Then go into the repository from the Command Prompt:
$ cd getting-started-with-ezvis
Then launch ezVIS's web server:
$ ezvis films
and point your browser to http://localhost:3000/.
The file in the
films directory (
films.csv) is loaded into MongoDB at ezVIS launching. Then it is served in the form of a web report:
Both loader and web application are configurated in the
If you want to go farther, take a look at the
films.json file, which
contains all the report's configuration (which is explained later in this
And there are more examples (often including data) in the showcase.