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README.md

Brian 2 binder

This repository is designed for trying Brian 2 - A clock-driven simulator for spiking neural networks. Clicking the button below launches a tempory Jupyter notebook enabling you to run Brian2 simulations in your browser. The service is hosted on mybinder.org courtesy of The Freeman Lab.

For updates on Brian2, follow us on twitter (@briansimulator) or Facebook. If you have a script or notebook that you would like included in the examples, especially interactive and published models, please contact us.

Quickstart

Click this button to launch the binder directly. Binder

Alternatively, launch the new JupyterLab interface: Binder

Manual instructions

Alternatively, follow these steps to build this, or any other GitHub repository designed for binder (changing the repository URL appropriately).

  1. Go to the website mybinder.org
  2. Enter the URL of this repository: https://github.com/brian-team/brian2-binder
  3. Click "submit"
  4. When the binder has been built, click "launch".

For further details of the binder environment, refer to repo2docker environment files.

Thanks for trying Brian2!

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