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Clone an ARC from the DataHUB

last updated at 2022-12-20

Using arc get -r followed by a URL + ".git" enables you to clone an already existing ARC as a local repository, e.g.,

arc get -r

💡 Adding a -n flag to the get command allows you to download the ARC without large data files, e.g.

arc get -n -r

⚠️ In previous versions of the ARC Commander, the subcommand get allowed you to retrieve information from the ARC, e.g., arc assay get or arc study person get.
This function is now available using the command show, e.g. arc assay show or arc study person show.

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