HiCBrowser Docker Image
Docker container for easy deployment of the HiCBrowser.
You can download and run the container with the following command. Navigating to
http://localhost will display
HiCBrowser with a test dataset that we have assembled for you.
docker run --rm -i -t -p 80:80 bgruening/hicbrowser
If you want to include your own data you need to put everything into one directory (e.g.
/home/rosi/data/) and the main
configuration file needs to have the name
browserConfig.ini. This folder needs to be mounted into the container with the
docker run --rm -i -t -p 80:80 -v /home/rosi/data/:/data/ bgruening/hicbrowser
Open a webbrowser and your own data can be visualised on
If you want to start the HiCExplorer under a proxy prefix you can pass the environment variable
PROXY_PREFIX into the container and your website will be available on
docker run -p 80:80 -e PROXY_PREFIX=/hicexplorer -v /home/rosi/data/:/data/ bgruening/hicbrowser