Auryn simulator

Simulator for spiking neural networks with synaptic plasticity

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manual:mem [2014/01/13 13:23] (current)
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 +Most [[Monitor]] objects are monitoring a continuous quantity in time. Such time series are generally written to file in a columnar format, where the first column describes the point in time of recording and the following column catch the value to be monitored. Some monitors such as [[PatternMonitor]] monitor can create multiple columns corresponding to multiple time series.
 +The typical output of a [[VoltageMonitor]] looks the following as a file
 +0.001700 -0.067260
 +0.001800 -0.067075
 +0.001900 -0.066905
 +0.002000 -0.066750
 +0.002100 -0.066608
 +0.002200 -0.066479
 +0.002300 -0.066361
 +0.002400 -0.066255
 +You can look at files of this type directly using your favourite plotter. I like [[gnuplot]] which transforms the above time series in a plot like the following
 +{{ :​examples:​coba_mem.png?​300 |}}
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