[neuroConstruct] Failed validation : No membrane mechanism is found in cell

P Gleeson p.gleeson at ucl.ac.uk
Thu Oct 10 05:10:14 BST 2013


Normally cells in neuroConstruct have to have some membrane conductances 
(membrane mechanisms) specified to run successfully in simulators like 
Neuron. This will usually include a passive conductance and some active 
(voltage gated) conductances like sodium/potassium channels.None of 
these are included by default in new cells. See the existing examples 
(e.g. Ex4_HHcell) for cells with these mechanims/conductances. You'll 
have to run updatenC.sh to get the examples if you've cloned from GitHub.


On 05/10/2013 06:05, Dilawar Singh wrote:
> Hi,
> I just started using neuroConstruct (latest git update done yesterday) 
> to build a small network of two simple cells. Everything went smooth 
> and I can generate a network with one synapse. I can also visualize it 
> but then I try to validate, it complains with the message written in 
> subject.
> I looked at the documentation but I could not get much.  How to solve it?
> -- 
> Dilawar
> NCBS Bangalore
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