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Block Practical: Connectionist Models and Cognitive Processes

Course Materials

1st Week: Introduction to Programming and Connectionist Networks

2nd Week: Going from Two Network Layers to Three

3rd Week: Replicating a Model

4th Week: Writing up Experimental Results

Reading Materials

Programming

Exercises

Books

Inspiration

Libraries

Blogs

Video Lectures

Online Courses

How to install Python

Windows Users

This is a little tricky:

  1. Install Python: download from here

  2. Install matplotlib, numpy, and scipy using pip. Specifically you need to download the following from here:

  • matplotlib-1.4.3-cp27-none-win32.whl
  • numpy-1.10.0b1+mkl-cp27-none-win32.whl
  • scipy-0.16.0-cp27-none-win32.whl

This requires you to be in the Scripts folder of the Python27 installation. And to use the windows command prompt. For me this looks like:

C:\Python27\Scripts>pip install NAME_OF_WHEEL_FILE.whl

For all three of those you need to run a pip command like above.

  1. Install PyGTK: download from here

  2. To check that everything works, open network.py and see if it runs without any errors.

Mac Users

I finally managed to do this on my mac. Use Homebrew to install matplotlib, numpy, scipy, pygtk.

Linux Users

Use your favourite package manager to install matplotlib, numpy, scipy, pygtk.