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Update README.md with instructions for installing requirements and with link to WUR webpage

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# Multiple Scales and Extreme Events
This repository contains the code for the tool that is being developed as part of the Multiple Scales and Extreme Events (MSX) project.
This repository contains the code for the TALK-tool that is being developed as part of the Multiple Scales and Extreme Events (MSX) project.
The tool that is presented in this repository is a simple web application, written in Dash (Plotly), that allows users to interactivaly create word clouds. The idea is that multiple users who work together in a team can do this together, and use the word clouds created by each participant to start/facilitate a discussion about the meaning of the terminology used within the team.
The TALK-tool that is presented in this repository is a simple web application, written in Dash (Plotly), that allows users to interactively create word clouds. The idea is that multiple users who are part of the same team can do this together, and use the word clouds created by each participant to start/facilitate a discussion about the meaning of the terminology used within the team.
For more information about the TALK-tool, visit: https://www.wur.nl/en/show/TALK-tool-approach-to-interactive-terminologies-discussion.htm
## How to run locally
Create a new Python virtual environment, and install the requirements with: `pip install -r requirements.txt`
To run the development server locally, execute `python scripts/run_debug_server.py`, and
in the browser navigate to http://127.0.0.1:8050/msx/
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