The "i2b2 Wizard" is a bash-based tool to install and configure an i2b2 server. An i2b2-Wizard-based i2b2 installation offers much more flexibility compared to the official i2b2 virtual machine, but is much easier than a manual i2b2 installation from source code. i2b2 Wizard provides an easy to use semi-graphical menu system to install i2b2, create i2b2 projects and create users.
This documentation within the i2b2 community wiki was possible thanks to the TMF e.V. (see http://www.tmf-ev.de/EnglishSite/AboutUs.aspx)
This guide aims to be a comprehensive documentation about i2b2 Wizard, complemented with some information about setting up the virtual machine and the Linux system. Please note that this guide can not provide details about installing and configuring Linux - you do need to have at least some knowledge about Linux.
The i2b2 Wizard was started as a student's project in 2010 by Sebastian Mate to simplify the installation and administration of i2b2. Since then, it has received many contributions by other developers (special thanks to Igor Engel, Daniel Plog and Axel Newe). In 2012, the tool also became part of the IDRT and IDRT2 projects (http://idrt.imise.uni-leipzig.de) - funded by the BMBF and carried out by the Universities of Göttingen, Leipzig, Erlangen and the TMF e.V.
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Portions by 'Integrated Data Repository Toolkit' project (IDRT) Copyright (C) 2012 Technologie- und Methodenplattform fuer die vernetzte medizinische Forschung e.V. (TMF).
Portions by 'Integrated Data Repository Toolkit 2' project (IDRT2) Copyright (C) 2014 Technologie- und Methodenplattform fuer die vernetzte medizinische Forschung e.V. (TMF).
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