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fix link to work when doc fetched by main rtd

this relative link did not work
after fetching this doc into
docs.nextstrain.org because the
folder structure is different from
this repo so this changes it to fit
with that of docs.nextstrain.org.
this means the relative link breaks
in this repo but this document is
not rendered in this repo's docs.
there are many more instances of this
which will need to recieve similar
edits and remain that way until
we have a unified toctree.
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eharkins 1 year ago
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## Prerequisites
This requires [Decktape](https://github.com/astefanutti/decktape) to be installed, which itself requires Node.js.
If you've followed the [auspice install instructions](../introduction/install) and are using a conda environment then this is straightforward.
If you've followed the [auspice install instructions](../../guides/install/auspice-install.md) and are using a conda environment then this is straightforward.
If not, you can create the necessary conda environment via:
```bash
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## Saving a local narrative to PDF
If you have a local narrative then the concept is similar to saving an online narrative, except we need to start a auspice server locally to display our narrative & allow it to be accessed by decktape.
These instructions assume you have installed auspice into a conda enviornment as per the [auspice install instructions](../introduction/install).
These instructions assume you have installed auspice into a conda enviornment as per the [auspice install instructions](../../guides/install/auspice-install.md).
Start up auspice locally, sourcing your own datasets & narratives via:
```bash

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