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Simulator for spiking neural networks with synaptic plasticity

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 ===== Visualizing the output ===== ===== Visualizing the output =====
  
-Our simulation has written its output (1 second of Poisson spiking from 1000 Poisson neurons firing at 5Hz) to ''​poisson.0.ras'',​ a human-readable [[manual:​ras]] file which contains the Poisson spikes. You can peep into the file using a text editor. However, to visualize the  data you need a plotter. I generally like using [[gnuplot]],​ but any other plotting software which allows reading time series data from columnar ASCII files will do (e.g. [[matplotlib]] in conjunction with [[numpy]]).+Our simulation has written its output (1 second of Poisson spiking from 1000 Poisson neurons firing at 5Hz) to ''​poisson.0.ras'',​ a human-readable [[manual:​ras]] file which contains the Poisson spikes. You can peek into the file using a text editor. However, to visualize the  data you need a plotter. I generally like using [[gnuplot]],​ but any other plotting software which allows reading time series data from columnar ASCII files will do (e.g. [[matplotlib]] in conjunction with [[numpy]]).
 If you have gnuplot installed you can take a quick peek using the command line If you have gnuplot installed you can take a quick peek using the command line
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