h.n3d() returns 0

When Python is the interpreter, what is a good
design for the interface to the basic NEURON

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Re: h.n3d() returns 0

Post by ted »

ioannisv wrote:I finally figured it out.
It was a conflict with my pythonpath, the neuron module imported and the python platform I was using.
Interesting how that can cause obscure problems. What was the key clue that led to this diagnosis--a test you performed using a toy program, or what?

Re: h.n3d() returns 0

Post by ioannisv »

I completely reinstalled everything after formatting and using or the current versions of everything
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