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The main Nextstrain documentation is available at [docs.nextstrain.org](https://docs.nextstrain.org/en/latest/index.html). That documentation is built from the [docs.nextstrain.org GitHub repo](https://github.com/nextstrain/docs.nextstrain.org/) -- see the [contributing page for docs.nextstrain.org](https://docs.nextstrain.org/en/latest/guides/contribute/documentation.html) for more details on how to contribute to that documentation.
The Auspice technical reference guide is available at [docs.nextstrain.org/projects/auspice](https://docs.nextstrain.org/projects/auspice/en/latest/index.html). That documentation is built from the Auspice GitHub repo -- see the [docs/README](https://github.com/nextstrain/auspice/tree/master/docs#auspice-read-the-docs-documentation) within the `docs` directory for more details and on how to contribute to that documentation.
The Auspice technical reference guide is available at [docs.nextstrain.org/projects/auspice](https://docs.nextstrain.org/projects/auspice/en/stable/index.html). That documentation is built from the Auspice GitHub repo -- see the [docs/README](https://github.com/nextstrain/auspice/tree/master/docs#auspice-read-the-docs-documentation) within the `docs` directory for more details and on how to contribute to that documentation.
## Contributing to Internationalization and Localization (i18n/l18n)

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When getting started with Auspice, it may be helpful to read our [overview of how Auspice fits together with other Nextstrain tools](https://docs.nextstrain.org/en/latest/learn/about-nextstrain.html#open-source-tools-for-the-community).
For more detailed technical information how Auspice works and reference guides describing specific Auspice features, check out the Auspice reference-guide documentation at [docs.nextstrain.org/projects/auspice](https://docs.nextstrain.org/projects/auspice/en/latest/index.html).
For more detailed technical information how Auspice works and reference guides describing specific Auspice features, check out the Auspice reference-guide documentation at [docs.nextstrain.org/projects/auspice](https://docs.nextstrain.org/projects/auspice/en/stable/index.html).
## Quickstart

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Auspice should now be available as a command-line program -- check by running `auspice --help`.
If you look at the [release notes](https://docs.nextstrain.org/projects/auspice/en/latest/releases/changelog.html) you can see the changes that have been made to Auspice (see your version of Auspice via `auspice --version`).
If you look at the [release notes](https://docs.nextstrain.org/projects/auspice/en/stable/releases/changelog.html) you can see the changes that have been made to Auspice (see your version of Auspice via `auspice --version`).
To upgrade, you can run
```bash

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If you've got a narrative working locally (i.e. running Auspice on your computer) and want to share the results then you have two options:
1. Use the community functionality of nextstrain.org (the easier option, detailed in [writing a narrative](../../tutorials/narratives-how-to-write.md#step-6-upload-your-example-to-nextstrain-community-to-share-with-everyone)).
2. Implement an Auspice server yourself (the harder option, see [the server documentation](https://docs.nextstrain.org/projects/auspice/en/latest/server/index.html)).
2. Implement an Auspice server yourself (the harder option, see [the server documentation](https://docs.nextstrain.org/projects/auspice/en/stable/server/index.html)).

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