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Command Line Interface
Use the Roboflow CLI to manage and interact with projects.
The Roboflow command line interface (CLI) is a tool through which you can manage and interact with projects. You can retrieve information about projects and workspaces, upload images and annotations, and run inferences on images using a model hosted on Roboflow.
The CLI supports a more limited set of actions than the REST API and Python SDK. We recommend using the CLI to upload datasets to Roboflow if you want to do so natively from the command line.
To install the Roboflow CLI globally on your system, use the following
npm i -g roboflow-cli
After that you should have the Roboflow command available to you in your terminal of choice.
Once you have the Roboflow CLI installed on your system, you will want to authorize it to access your workspaces. There is an auth flow built into Roboflow to do this, type:
Authing the Roboflow CLI to access your workspaces
This will open a browser window (or you can copy the URL it prints into a browser if your terminal doesn’t support opening a browser).
You’ll sign in to Roboflow, if you are not already, and then a one-time auth token will be generated that you can paste into the CLI. If you have multiple workspaces, you can select exactly which ones you want to allow the CLI to access. When you paste the auth token into the CLI, you will get your API keys and some basic workspace information.
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