To use the NEST-Simluator in an interactive installation, I would need to
1) have access to the spike in the network in realtime, and
2) send signals (spikes) to neurons in the simulation in realtime.
For 1), I could imagine writing the spike-times to a file and then reading that file while the simulation is running. However, I currently don’t see an option for 2). Then I heard that you are actually working on module that would enable realtime I/O-access. Is that the case? And, if so, is there a timeline?
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I wanted to know how to stop printing the simulation details on my terminal window. For instance I can see the number of open mpi process, simulation time being printed every time I run a model. I do not want to see the details on my terminal screen, is there a way to do it?
I would like to run a simulation of > 1000 neurons, and to make my
computing time faster I am looking into how to use parallel computing with
I have seen this <https://www.nest-simulator.org/parallel-computing/> page
but I can't seem to find anything about using the cloud (e.g. google cloud,
colab etc.) and the use of GPU's. I am quite new to this so it could be I
- Is it possible to use a GPU for the nest simulations?
- Are the some resources I could learn from?