An application that brings humanities research methods to data visualization.
Palladio is a supporting library and set of components. It's best-known use is in the Palladio app, which can be found at https://github.com/humanitiesplusdesign/palladio-app. In order to run Palladio locally, first make sure you have yarn installed and then use yarn to install the dependencies and build the assets:
git clone https://github.com/humanitiesplusdesign/palladio-app.git cd palladio-app yarn install yarn build
Then simply run a local web server from this directory -- if you have python installed, you can just use:
python -m http.serveror on python 2.x:
python -m SimpleHTTPServer
The servable files in the
assets/folder are built by webpack. Running
yarn developwill set webpack to automatically detect changes in the
src/directory and update the compiled Palladio files as required. In this state, webpack will update
palladio.cssand their related assets only (not the minified versions). To create new assets suitable for distibution, use
yarn build, which creates all the needed assets (minified and unminified).