Software for science and research is inevitably as powerful as it is complex. Codemart's whole brain simulator The Virtual Brain (TVB) is no exception, looking a little bit overwhelming for new users.
The TVB EduPack
The TVB EduPack is a huge library of video lectures, teaching aspiring neuroscientists step-by-step how to build their first individual brain simulation – and demonstrating new high-level features for seasoned experts, like running TVB's fast C-version on the EBRAINS infrastructure.
Some lectures even come with a peer-reviewed neuroscience publication, datasets and Jupyter notebooks, allowing you to reproduce an entire research project – at home, on your own computer, at your pace!
Try it out!
Don't miss our Codemart science developers Paula and Mihai holding an introductory course for new TVB users!
- Setting up the Graphical User Interface (GUI)
- Workflow of TVB and its major activities:
- Project: data management
- Connectivity: edit a connectivity matrix
- Exploring a model behavior
- Set up a region model
- Launch a simulator
- Perform a parameter sweep
- Access Jupyter Notebooks of TVB
Freshly painted: TVB's documentation
As a side quest, the TVB documentation website got a fresh paint, on par with the TVB main website. We also installed a dedicated Jupyter notebook viewer for TVB, so availability for students is way up!