A question about "proc init()"

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elaine_gao
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A question about "proc init()"

Post by elaine_gao » Thu Oct 18, 2018 5:08 am

Hello, I am a NEURON novice, just contacted this software soon, so I hope to get everyone's help.
I want to create a neural network and plan to use the following code
begintemplate cell
public soma, dend
create soma, dend[1]
proc init() {
ndend = 2
create soma, dend[ndend]
soma {
nseg = 1
diam = 18.8
L = 18.8
Ra = 123.0
insert hh
gnabar_hh=0.25
gl_hh = .0001666
el_hh = -60.0
}
dend[0] {
nseg = 5
diam = 3.18
L = 701.9
Ra = 123
insert pas
g_pas = .0001666
e_pas = -60.0
}
dend[1] {
nseg = 5
diam = 2.0
L = 549.1
Ra = 123
insert pas
g_pas = .0001666
e_pas = -60.0
}
connect dend[0](0), soma(0)
connect dend[1](0), soma(1)
}
endtemplate cell

However, when I type "proc init ()", the system displays “c:\nrn\bin\nrniv.exe: Segmentation violation”
I don't know why this happens.
I hope you can help me.
Thank you very much!

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Re: A question about "proc init()"

Post by ted » Thu Oct 18, 2018 10:18 am

when I type "proc init ()", the system displays “c:\nrn\bin\nrniv.exe: Segmentation violation”
You mean you entered
proc init()
at NEURON's
oc>
prompt?

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