NeuroScheme is a tool that allows users to navigate through circuit data at different levels of abstraction using schematic representations for a fast and precise interpretation of data. It also allows filtering, sorting and selections at the different levels of abstraction. Finally it can be coupled with realistic visualization or other applications using the ZeroEQ event library developed in WP 7.3.
This application allows analyses based on a side-by-side comparison using its multi-panel views, and it also provides focus-and-context. Its different layouts enable arranging data in different ways: grid, 3D, camera-based, scatterplot-based or circular. It provides editing capabilities, to create a scene from scratch or to modify an existing one.
ViSimpl, part of the NeuroScheme framework, is a prototype developed to analyse simulation data, using both abstract and schematic visualisations. This analysis can be done visually from temporal, spatial and structural perspectives, with the additional capability of exploring the correlations between input patterns and produced activity.
|Date of release||March 2018|
|Version of software||0.2|
|Version of documentation||0.2|
|Responsible||URJC: Pablo Toharia (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Requirements & dependencies||Required: Qt4, nsol|
Optional: Brion/BBPSDK (to access BBP data), ZeroEQ (to couple with other software)
Supported OS: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Linux (tested on Ubuntu 14.04) and Mac OSX
|Target system(s)||Desktop computers, notebooks, tablets|