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Python in neuroscience »

Martin Spacek and Nicholas Swindale

A widely used open-source programming language, Python is becoming the language of choice for neural data analysis and simulation.
Brian: a simple and flexible simulator for spiking neural networks »

Romain Brette and Dan Goodman

New neural-simulation technology makes spiking neuron models more accessible to systems neuroscience and neuromorphic engineering.
An information-theoretic library for the analysis of neural codes »

R. A. A. Ince, C. Bartolozzi, and S. Panzeri

PyEntropy may prove an essential tool for the evaluation, comparison, and parametric analysis of neural networks.
Multiplier-less reconfigurable architectures for spiking neural networks »

Arfan Ghani

Large numbers of neurons can be implemented on fully-parallel reconfigurable platforms such as FPGAs.
Saliency toolbox released »

Dirk Walther

A smaller, lighter toolkit for experimenting with basic image-saliency functions is now available online.


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