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Simulator for spiking neural networks with synaptic plasticity

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manual:parallel_execution [2014/10/14 19:32]
zenke Adds paragraph on cluster computation.
manual:parallel_execution [2014/10/14 19:41] (current)
zenke [Merging ras output files]
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 For other output files that are passed as arguments to [[Monitor]] objects for instance the same rules hold as  described in the [[#output files]] section. That is why there are a total of four files ''​coba.*.e.ras''​. Since all excitatory neurons are distributed across nodes, each [[TIFGroup]] corresponding to the excitatory cells writes its spikes to its own file. For the user that means that you will have to merge output if for instance you would like to plot all spikes in a raster plot. For other output files that are passed as arguments to [[Monitor]] objects for instance the same rules hold as  described in the [[#output files]] section. That is why there are a total of four files ''​coba.*.e.ras''​. Since all excitatory neurons are distributed across nodes, each [[TIFGroup]] corresponding to the excitatory cells writes its spikes to its own file. For the user that means that you will have to merge output if for instance you would like to plot all spikes in a raster plot.
  
-Multiple [[ras]] can be merged efficiently using linux command line syntax only and the following call will do the job+Multiple [[ras]] can be merged efficiently ​for combined analysis ​using linux command line syntax only and the following call will do the job
 <code shell> <code shell>
 sort -g -m coba.*.e.ras > coba.e.ras sort -g -m coba.*.e.ras > coba.e.ras
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
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