Software version: 0.3.0
Authors: Sergey Morozov & Roman Kovalev
The GUI application ‘FishResp’ represents graphical implementation of the R package ‘FishResp’. This application has been developed for users who are not familiar with R language or prefer to work with a graphical user interface (GUI) instead of a command line. The application is free and cross-platform (available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS).
To download the application, please click on an icon representing your operational system.
The installation process should take not more than 10 minutes. If you use a multi-channel respirometry system to obtain raw respirometry data (e.g. four chambers/tunnels at the same time), we recommend to work with a relatively large screen display to ensure comfort visual interaction with the ‘FishResp’ application.
Please install R and Java Development Kit (version 8!) before setting up the GUI application ‘FishResp’. If you have a problem with installation process, please contact us through the forum. Further instructions are OS-specific and can be found below.
Recommended system requirements:
• Display resolution >= 1366×768
• 64-bit operational system
• RAM >= 8 GB
• Java 8 (64-bit)
• R (64-bit, version >= 3.4.3)
• R packages: rJava, FishResp
To set ‘FishResp’ as a program on Windows, unzip the loaded archive and open the file ‘FishRespSetup.exe‘. Then, accept the license agreement and follow to further instructions of the installation wizard.
To install ‘FishResp’ as an application on Linux (the installation process has been tested on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS 64-bit), run the following commands in Terminal:
sudo apt-get install r-base sudo apt-get install openjdk-8 sudo apt-get install openjfx tar -xvf Downloads/FishResp.tar.gz cd ~/FishResp chmod u+x install.sh ./install.sh FishResp
To set ‘FishResp’ as an application on MacOS, unpack the loaded archive and open the file ‘FishResp.dmg‘. Follow to the instructions of the installer. Then, type this code in Terminal to install required R packages:
cd Downloads/FishResp_mac sudo Rscript installLibs.r
The software consists of five tabs with functional blocks on the left side and information or graphical modules on the right side of the application. The analysis of data goes step-by-step: from the left tab to the right one, top-down in each tab.
Different colours of tabs and buttons are used as indicators of progress:
– the action is completed
– the action is required
– the action is unavailable
– plot a graph
The manual is currently under progress (%)
Three screenshots represent the GUI application for Windows, Linux and MacOS, respectively.
Updated by Sergey Morozov, 04 Jun 2018