Welcome to the DANDI Archive Documentation¶
The Web interface to the DANDI archive is located at https://dandiarchive.org. This documentation explains how to interact with the archive.
How to Use This Documentation¶
If you want to know more about the DANDI project, its goals, and the problems it tries to solve, check out the Introduction.
To start using the archive, head over to Using DANDI in the User Guide section.
If are a developer and want to know how the project is organized, check out the Project Structure page in the Developer Guide section.
Where to Get Help¶
You can communicate with the DANDI team in a variety of ways, depending on your needs:
- You can ask questions, report bugs, or request features at our helpdesk.
- For interacting with the global neuroscience community, post on https://neurostars.org and use the tag dandi.
- You can use the DANDI Slack workspace, which we will invite you to after approving your registration on DANDI using GitHub (this registration is required to upload data or to use the DANDI JupyterHub). See here for details on how to register.
- Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contributing and Feedback¶
We are looking for people to give us feedback on this documentation. If anything is unclear, open an issue on our repository. You can also get in touch on our Slack channel, which is available to those who have registered an account on the archive.
If you want to get started right away and contribute directly to this documentation, see the About This Documentation section.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.