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- Mon May 13, 2019 6:06 pm
- Forum: Parallel NEURON
- Topic: Bulletin-Style Grid-Like Simulations: Indexing Getting Mixed Up
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### Re: Bulletin-Style Grid-Like Simulations: Indexing Getting Mixed Up

UPDATE: Turns out my error was pretty trivial (as is usually the case). I was using code from a previous project, and I had forgotten to adjust it for conditions where the input spike rate was 0 Hz. The problem was that I had a conditional statement in my hoc code that prevented the NetStim paramete...

- Mon May 13, 2019 5:13 pm
- Forum: Parallel NEURON
- Topic: Bulletin-Style Grid-Like Simulations: Indexing Getting Mixed Up
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### Re: Bulletin-Style Grid-Like Simulations: Indexing Getting Mixed Up

Thanks Ted, I return both the index values as well as the actual parameters values (i.e. injected current and input frequency). The odd thing about my problem is that everything gets indexed in the correct order, despite the results appearing out of order. When I print out output lists (i.e. that we...

- Sun May 12, 2019 1:23 pm
- Forum: Parallel NEURON
- Topic: Bulletin-Style Grid-Like Simulations: Indexing Getting Mixed Up
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### Bulletin-Style Grid-Like Simulations: Indexing Getting Mixed Up

Hello, I am doing a grid-like set of simulations on a single-neuron model (python/neuron) with increasing holding currents (i.e. using IClamp at the soma; all spike-generating current levels) and increasing synaptic input frequencies (i.e. using Exp2Syn processes at various dendritic locations). I'v...

- Wed Jan 24, 2018 1:37 pm
- Forum: Other questions
- Topic: NetStim Fractional Randomness: Mathematical Notation?
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### Re: NetStim Fractional Randomness: Mathematical Notation?

Right, so my understanding of how fractional randomness is implemented is that for each interspike interval, the interval is dependent on the values set for s.interval and s.noise (assuming s = new NetStim(x)). Specifically, the magnitude of the value of s.noise (from 0 to 1) will control the propor...

- Fri Jan 19, 2018 4:19 pm
- Forum: Other questions
- Topic: NetStim Fractional Randomness: Mathematical Notation?
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### NetStim Fractional Randomness: Mathematical Notation?

Hello, I don't have a strong formal background in mathematics here, but I want to describe some of the mechanisms used in NEURON. Specifically, I am not sure if I have the correct mathematical notation for describing how fractional randomness is implemented in NEURON's NetStim function. So far, I ha...

- Sun Feb 26, 2017 2:18 am
- Forum: Parallel NEURON
- Topic: Accessing ParallelContext() while in Python
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### Re: Accessing ParallelContext() while in Python

I actually found what looks to be a (embarrassingly) simple solution to my initial query. In fact, I am somewhat embarrassed I had not realized this before. Instead of running the ParallelContext twice for two separate problems, I could just run my hoc "simulation" function (i.e. h.f()) at the begin...

- Thu Feb 23, 2017 6:21 pm
- Forum: Parallel NEURON
- Topic: Accessing ParallelContext() while in Python
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### Re: Accessing ParallelContext() while in Python

One quick thing to add is that in the simplified code, when I do not create the ParallelContext in the hoc file (i.e. I comment out execution of the "SynParamSearch.hoc" file in the "init.py" file) and I create it in the python code with pc = h.ParallelContext(), the parallelization works fine. Simi...

- Thu Feb 23, 2017 5:36 pm
- Forum: Parallel NEURON
- Topic: Accessing ParallelContext() while in Python
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### Accessing ParallelContext() while in Python

Hello, I am fairly new to parallel processing and I am running into a somewhat odd problem while trying to access and re-use a previously used ParallelContext(). When I first use a ParallelContext in my hoc code to run a parameter search (i.e. simulate many iterations of my models) using a bulletin ...

- Mon Jan 16, 2017 10:43 pm
- Forum: Parallel NEURON
- Topic: Using Multisplit on NSG
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### Re: Using Multisplit on NSG

Thank you for your reply Dr. Carnevale. I tried doing as you suggested, but I only seem to be receiving a slightly more detailed version of the previous error: stderr.txt: Use of uninitialized value in multiplication (*) at /opt/sdsc/bin/ibrun line 99. Use of uninitialized value in multiplication (*...

- Mon Jan 02, 2017 6:51 pm
- Forum: Parallel NEURON
- Topic: Using Multisplit on NSG
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### Using Multisplit on NSG

Hello, I am new to parallel processing in NEURON but it has become necessary to implement due to the increasing complexity of my model and the size of parameter searches that I am running. I am running repeated simulations of a morphologically detailed multi-compartment model with 1903 Exp2Syn synap...

- Mon Nov 14, 2016 1:12 am
- Forum: Modeling networks
- Topic: Inacurrate Number of Spikes While Using Random Netstim
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### Re: Inacurrate Number of Spikes While Using Random Netstim

In my scenario, the input spike train ISI statistics to the cell type that I am modelling are not characterized and so, it is not clear whether modelling them using random sampling from a negexp distribution is appropriate in the first place (since there are other potential ISI distributions - see r...

- Sun Nov 13, 2016 4:54 pm
- Forum: Modeling networks
- Topic: Inacurrate Number of Spikes While Using Random Netstim
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### Re: Inacurrate Number of Spikes While Using Random Netstim

Thank you for your reply Dr. Carnevale. You mean you got fewer spikes than you expected. Why would you expect to get even 1 spike in every run? Given a negexp distribution with mean ISI > 0, for any finite simulation duration there is a nonzero probability that no spikes at all will be observed duri...

- Fri Nov 11, 2016 6:39 pm
- Forum: Modeling networks
- Topic: Inacurrate Number of Spikes While Using Random Netstim
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### Inacurrate Number of Spikes While Using Random Netstim

Hello, I am trying to run a parameter search by varying the number of excitatory and inhibitory synapses on a multi-compartment model as well as their corresponding presynaptic firing rates. It is also important that these presynaptic spikes occur at random times. For the presynaptic spike parameter...

- Mon Sep 05, 2016 10:07 pm
- Forum: Adding new mechanisms and functions to NEURON
- Topic: Trying to Make/Debug an Input Current Mod File
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### Re: Trying to Make/Debug an Input Current Mod File

Hello again, So I was recently directed to the following Github repository: https://github.com/pozzorin/GIFFittingToolbox/tree/HBP_Simplification/src/HBP/NEURON ... which is in the Human Brain Project (HBP) branch of the GIF fitting python repository. Inside is the "gif.mod" file which, it seems, mo...

- Wed Aug 17, 2016 12:49 am
- Forum: Adding new mechanisms and functions to NEURON
- Topic: Trying to Make/Debug an Input Current Mod File
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### Trying to Make/Debug an Input Current Mod File

Hello, I've been attempting to develop a mod file to re-create an input current similar to what was used in Pozzorini et al (2015). Unfortunately, I'm finding that this task is a bit outside of my wheelhouse as I have not yet needed to make mod files. As it stands, I'm not sure if I have mistakes in...