Tag Archives: provenance tracking


The development of InDiProv was co-funded by the HBP during the Ramp-up Phase. This page is kept for reference but will no longer be updated.

This server-side tool is meant to be used for the creation of provenance tracks in context of interactive analysis tools and visualization applications. It is capable of tracking multi-view and multiple applications for one user using this ensemble. It further is able to extract these tracks from the internal data base into a XML-based standard format, such as the W3C Prov-Model or the OPM format. This enables the integration to other tools used for provenance tracking and will finally end up in the UP.

Date of releaseAugust 2015
Version of softwareAugust 2015
Version of documentationAugust 2015
Software availablehttps://github.com/hbpvis
ResponsibleRWTH Aachen: Benjamin Weyers (weyers@vr.rwth-aachen.de) and Torsten Kuhlen (kuhlen@vr.rwth-aachen.de)
Requirements & dependenciesWritten in C++ , Linux environment, MySQL server 5.6, JSON library for annotation, CodeSynthesis XSD for XML serialization and parsing, ZeroMQ library, Boost library, xercex-c library and mysqlcppcon library
Target system(s)Server-side systems