astakhov at ncmir.ucsd.edu
Wed Dec 10 19:55:27 GMT 2008
Thank your for comments. (I was using version 1.1.2)
I just updated it with 1.2.0 and looking this pythonnC/
It is great. I see that I can load project, change it and save as
NeuroML. But what if my neurons was already saved in NeuroML. I do not
need to add them manually in the script.
Can I add them to the project from NeuroML file. May be just load it
some how to the existing project and then save the modified project ?
Does it make sense ? Do you have such Python script ?
Then it would be easy to use Ex5_MultiSimGenerate.py to generate NEURON
simmulation script for the new project.
Thanks again for your comments.
Data Integration Team Leader for
Biomedical Informatics Research Network
University of California San Diego *
> The best solution is to use the scripting interface (based on Jython,
> a Java based implementation of Python). The latest release (see
> previous mail) has some updated examples of this. The most appropriate
> file is pythonnC/Ex5_MultiSimGenerate.py, which can be run with nC.bat
> -python. This runs multiple simulations changing a single parameter
> each time (though any changes can be made to the project between
> runs). I can send on a more detailed API for the commands which can be
> called in scripts (basically the same structure as the corresponding
> Java methods). The source code will be put online in the next few
> weeks when I get a new SVN server set up and figure out about licences.
> astakhov wrote:
>> I am using neuroConstruct GUI to generate Neuron script for the
>> simmulation. It is a very nice tool.
>> But I should go through GUI dosen times when I do incremental
>> modification of some paramiters.
>> Is it possible to do "Export Network", NEURON ->"Generate code" and
>> "Create hoc simmulation" from command line ?
>> That would provide let us to automate the process of Neuron script
>> generation and save a lot of time
>> May be there is an API for neuroConstruct .jar (or source code)
>> available ?
>> I would very appreciate any advice.
>> Best regards,
>> Vadim Astakhov
>> Data Integration Team Leader for
>> Biomedical Informatics Research Network
>> University of California San Diego
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