Grouped loosely by primary (but not exclusive!) focus, we have a set of tutorials to help you learn by doing.
You can find some examples of full Arbor simulations in the
python/examples directory of the
The examples use
LFPykit for analysis and plotting which are expected to be
installed independently from Arbor.
In an interactive Python interpreter, you can use
help() on any class or function to get its
help(arbor.simulation), for example).
We try to collect models scientists have built in our contributor space. In addition to the tutorials, browsing these models should give you a good idea of what’s possible with Arbor and find get in contact with other Arbor users.