We provide an easy to use installer including all dependencies for Windows. You can download the installer from the main site. Clicking the download button will save the installer to your disk. Double-click the icon to start the installation. It looks like this in your download folder:
The installer will ask for administrator rights on the computer. This is due to the fact that we include the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Packages. Cytosplore Transcriptomics itself does not need or makes use of these rights. To continue the installation click Yes. You will be prompted to enter the administrator password.
The installer will show the license agreement, that your have to accept. Most importantly it states that the software can be used free of charge in an academic setting and if it is used in the scope of a scientific article the original Cytosplore Transcriptomics article needs to be cited: Hodge, Bakken, et al. Conserved cell types with divergent features between human and mouse cortex, bioRxiv, 2018.
Click I accept the agreement and then Next >.
Next you can define the location where Cytosplore Transcriptomics should be installed or simply click Next >.
In the next dialog you can define the name of or decide not to create a t Cytosplore Transcriptomics start menu folder. Click Next > to continue without changes.
Now you will be asked if you want to create a desktop shortcut. If yes, just click Next > to continue.
The last dialog before putting the files in the appropriate locations shows a summary of the previous settings. Click Install to prepare the Cytosplore Transcriptomics installation.
After a successful installation the following dialog will show. You can decide whether to launch Cytosplore Transcriptomics now, and click Finish to complete the process.
Cytosplore Transcriptomics includes an automatic updating system. Upon launching, Cytosplore Transcriptomics has the option to automatically check for updates and new versions. You can also choose to manually check for updates through the Help menu.