Blue Brain SNAP¶
Blue Brain Simulation and Neural network Analysis Productivity layer (Blue Brain SNAP).
Blue Brain SNAP is a Python library for accessing BlueBrain circuit models represented in SONATA format.
Blue Brain SNAP can be installed using
pip install bluepysnap
There are two main interface classes provided by Blue Brain SNAP:
Circuit corresponds to the static structure of a neural network, that is:
node positions and properties,
edge positions and properties, and,
Simulation corresponds to the dynamic data for a neural network simulation, including:
soma reports, and,
Most of Blue Brain SNAP methods return pandas Series or DataFrames, indexed in a way to facilitate combining data from different sources (that is, by node or edge IDs).
Among other dependencies, Blue Brain SNAP relies on Blue Brain Project provided libraries:
Blue Brain SNAP also provides a SONATA circuit validator for verifying circuits.
The validation includes:
integrity of the circuit config file.
existence of the different node/edges files and
presence of the “sonata required” field for node/edges files.
the correctness of the edge to node population/ids bindings.
existence of the morphology files for the nodes.
This functionality is provided by either the cli function:
bluepysnap validate my/circuit/path/circuit_config.json
Or a python free function:
from bluepysnap.circuit_validation import validate errors = validate("my/circuit/path/circuit_config.json")
This project/research has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation under the Specific Grant Agreement No. 785907 (Human Brain Project SGA2).
The Blue Brain Project would like to thank Dr Eilif Muller, the author of the precursor to Blue Brain SNAP, for his invaluable insights and contributions
Blue Brain SNAP is licensed under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License version 3, unless noted otherwise, for example, external dependencies. Refer to COPYING.LESSER and COPYING for details.
Copyright (C) 2019-2020, Blue Brain Project/EPFL and contributors.
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