python3-datalad – data files management and distribution platform

DataLad is a data management and distribution platform providing access to a wide range of data resources already available online. Using git-annex as its backend for data logistics it provides following facilities built-in or available through additional extensions

  • command line and Python interfaces for manipulation of collections of datasets (install, uninstall, update, publish, save, etc.) and

separate files/directories (add, get)

  • extract, aggregate, and search through various sources of metadata (xmp, EXIF, etc; install datalad-neuroimaging for DICOM, BIDS, NIfTI support)
  • crawl web sites to automatically prepare and update git-annex repositories with content from online websites, S3, etc (install datalad-crawler)

This package installs the module for Python 3, and Recommends install all dependencies necessary for searching and managing datasets, publishing, and testing. If you need base functionality, install without Recommends.

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