Where to find DBT folder and models used by airbyte?

Where to find DBT folder and models used by airbyte? Need help on this error…I am setting up everything in local…

airbyte % docker run --rm -i -v airbyte_workspace:/data -w /data/$NORMALIZE_WORKSPACE/normalize --network host --entrypoint /usr/local/bin/dbt airbyte/normalization debug --profiles-dir=. --project-dir=.
Unable to find image ‘airbyte/normalization:latest’ locally
latest: Pulling from airbyte/normalization
Digest: sha256:6493142e5b8a1f31e792ec4bfc7f5a69b1609eab854bb6e8362cfccb68b5b8fb
Status: Downloaded newer image for airbyte/normalization:latest
18:58:39 Running with dbt=1.0.0
dbt version: 1.0.0
python version: 3.9.9
python path: /usr/local/bin/python
os info: Linux-5.10.25-linuxkit-x86_64-with-glibc2.31
Using profiles.yml file at /data/normalize/profiles.yml
Using dbt_project.yml file at /data/normalize/dbt_project.yml
profiles.yml file [ERROR not found]
dbt_project.yml file [ERROR not found]
Required dependencies:

  • git [OK found]
    1 check failed:
    dbt looked for a profiles.yml file in /data/normalize/profiles.yml, but did
    not find one. For more information on configuring your profile, consult the

  • Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: Yes

Are you deploying Airbyte using docker-compose or kubernetes?
If using docker-compose here are some docs explaining how to access the dbt folder generated by Airbyte: https://docs.airbyte.com/operator-guides/transformation-and-normalization/transformations-with-dbt

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