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Ankur Sinha
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Paul Pfeiffer
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Hi, I made some small progress on converting the active channels from the Bahl et al paper, that Padraig suggested for the Hackathon. Comparing the channel activations via the pynml tool, I wondered whether there is actually no command line option that directly runs both and shows them in a common plot. I think padraig showed some code from the Smith et al repo (https://github.com/OpenSourceBrain/SmithEtAl2013-L23DendriticSpikes), which does something similar, couldn't the exisiting pynml commandline suite simply extended to have something similar?
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Ankur Sinha
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Hi folks, there will be a NeuroML tutorial at the upcoming CNS*2021 conference. More information here: https://docs.neuroml.org/Events/202107-CNS2021.html
It is intended for beginners that would like to learn modelling using NeuroML. The dates will be confirmed soon---we're waiting on the CNS tutorials chair to generate the schedule