I'm encountering the following error
nest::Model* nest::ModelManager::get_node_model(nest::index) const:
Assertion `m < node_models_.size()' failed.
when using the following code:
for iin range(16):
neurons = nest.Create('MyNeuron_0', 2)
The script uses a neuron model that I wrote in C++ and is loaded without
errors. The error is thrown upon nest.Connect(), and goes away if I
create the neurons using `MyNeuron` and not `MyNeuron_x` (copied) or if
the #vp and #threads is 1. I've used the model with NEST 2.20.0 without
problems, but I'd like to port the code to the latest version. Maybe I'm
just missing something new functionality/API related to CopyModel and
multiprocessing - have there been any critical changes in the model
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Dear NEST users,
After trying multiple ideas, I am still facing the issue where my
installation is successful with an error message:
-- Configuring done
CMake Warning at cmake/UseCython.cmake:100 (add_library):
Cannot generate a safe runtime search path for target pynestkernel because
files in some directories may conflict with libraries in implicit
runtime library [libgomp.so.1] in /usr/lib/gcc/x86_64-linux-gnu/9 may
be hidden by files in:
Some of these libraries may not be found correctly.
Call Stack (most recent call first):
This leads to the failure of multiple tests. The summary of the tests and
logs for the failed tests is attached.
I must mention that I tested the installation by creating a neuron and it
It would be nice to get rid of the error, please see error_msg file to see
where it fails.
Thanks and Regards
Dear NESTML Users,
In the last post I fixed a problem that was related to the fact that in the 'izhikevich_solution.nestml' the first line was commented.
Now, after following the guide in "https://nestml.readthedocs.io/en/latest/installation.html" related to the NESTML
installation, I tried to follow the NESTML Izhikevich tutorial in "https://nestml.readthedocs.io/en/latest/tutorials/izhikevich/nestml_izhikev…". After installing the cmake with "pip install cmake", when I execute the following part of the tutorial:
I obtain the following error:
Warning: PyGSL is not available. The stiffness test will be skipped.
Warning: No module named 'pygsl'
Option "nest_path" does not exist in builder
CalledProcessError Traceback (most recent call last)
/opt/data/nestml/pynestml/codegeneration/nest_builder.py in build(self)
--> 150 subprocess.check_call(make_all_cmd, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT, shell=shell,
/usr/lib/python3.8/subprocess.py in check_call(*popenargs, **kwargs)
363 cmd = popenargs
--> 364 raise CalledProcessError(retcode, cmd)
365 return 0
CalledProcessError: Command '['make', 'all']' returned non-zero exit status 2.
During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:
GeneratedCodeBuildException Traceback (most recent call last)
<ipython-input-2-f0909be085f4> in <module>
----> 1 generate_nest_target(input_path="izhikevich_solution.nestml",
/opt/data/nestml/pynestml/frontend/pynestml_frontend.py in generate_nest_target(input_path, target_path, install_path, logging_level, module_name, store_log, suffix, dev, codegen_opts)
181 A dictionary containing additional options for the target code generator.
--> 183 generate_target(input_path, target_platform="NEST", target_path=target_path, logging_level=logging_level,
184 module_name=module_name, store_log=store_log, suffix=suffix, install_path=install_path,
185 dev=dev, codegen_opts=codegen_opts)
/opt/data/nestml/pynestml/frontend/pynestml_frontend.py in generate_target(input_path, target_platform, target_path, install_path, logging_level, module_name, store_log, suffix, dev, codegen_opts)
--> 152 if not process() == 0:
153 raise Exception("Error(s) occurred while processing the model")
/opt/data/nestml/pynestml/frontend/pynestml_frontend.py in process()
279 if _builder is not None:
--> 280 _builder.build()
282 if FrontendConfiguration.store_log:
/opt/data/nestml/pynestml/codegeneration/nest_builder.py in build(self)
152 except subprocess.CalledProcessError as e:
--> 153 raise GeneratedCodeBuildException('Error occurred during \'make all\'! More detailed error messages can be found in stdout.')
155 # finally execute make install
GeneratedCodeBuildException: Error occurred during 'make all'! More detailed error messages can be found in stdout.
So, the "nest_path" keyword does not exist. Can anyone help me?
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Hey Nest Team,
Calling "NodeCollection.get" returns a dictionary containing the user declared "States" and "Parameters" with other keys such as "global_id", "recordables", and "synaptic_elements". In this context, I want to ask if there is a function in "nest" that returns exactly only the model declared "States" or "Parameters" without having these extra keys, and of course without having a prior knowledge of the "nestml" file from which the model was originated.
Am I correct in thinking that all rand generators provided for NEST use
std::thread? If I am not mistaken, it's an extension of POSIX threads
and I'd like to avoid it for my target offloading work.
Documentation for `tsodyks_synapse` says it is only compatible with `iaf_psc_exp` or `iaf_psc_exp_htum` neuron models. Would it be possible to use it with other `_exp`-type models with postsynaptic currents or conductances with exponential decay (for example, `aeif_cond_exp`)? If not, what could be a work around?
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We would like to use neurons models with NMDA channels in our spiking neuron model. We're still unsure whether we will use a native neuron model in Nest or whether we will implement our own one in NESTML. My understanding is that the only model in Nest which does that is the Hill - Tononi model, which seems rather complex. How fast would you roughly expect a Hill - Tononi neuron network to run compared to a network made of aeif_cond_exp neurons?
Do you know by any chance any example of adex NESTML models which implement NMDA and Gaba_B channels?
Also, one last question not really related to the previous ones: Is there any way to model synaptic reliability in Nest?
Thanks a lot,