Response requestΒΆ

Generic save:

save_as_XXX</b> [data_type] [sampling] [data_ID]
where,
  • XXX - a unique name to be used as the record name in the response file.
  • data_type - “s” or “f” for spikes or float data.
  • sampling - given in samples/s
  • data_ID - a particular identifier that is associated with a signal within the model.

Population unit:

save_pop_unit_as_XXX</b> [data_type] [sampling] [pop_name] [x] [y] [z] [data_ID]
where,
  • XXX - a unique name to be used as the record name in the response file.
  • data_type - “s” or “f”
  • sampling - given in samples/s
  • pop_name - name of a population within the model.
  • x,y,z - coordinates of unit within population
  • data_ID - a particular identifier that is associated with a signal within the model.

Population grid:

save_pop_grid_as_XXX</b> [data_type] [sampling] [pop_name] [x0] [y0] [z0] [xn] [yn] [zn] [data_ID]
where,
  • XXX - a unique name to be used as the record name in the response file.
  • data_type - “s” or “f”
  • sampling - given in samples/s
  • pop_name - name of a population layer within the model.
  • x0,y0,z0 - initial coordinates of grid (0...)
  • xn,yn,zn - number of units along each dimension (1...)
  • data_ID - a particular identifier that is associated with a signal within the model.

Population layer:

save_pop_layer_as_XXX</b> [data_type] [sampling] [pop_name] [data_ID]
where,
  • XXX - a unique name to be used as the record name in the response file.
  • data_type - “s” or “f”
  • sampling - given in samples/s
  • pop_name - name of a population layer within the model.
  • data_ID - a particular identifier that is associated with a signal within the model.

All layers:

save_pop_all_XXX</b> [data_type] [sampling]
where,
  • FUTURE USE - NOT IMPLEMENTED YET
  • XXX - is now a data_ID, names will be pop names followed by coordinates.

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