Sharing advanced computational tools for neuroscience and open science
This Friday 22th Sept, we will have a look into Optuna, which is a generic-purpose optimizer for hyperparameters. It combines a diversity of modern search algorithms to optimize models in a black-box fashion, namely defining hyperparameters to optimize and an objective/cost function. Check the tutorials for further information.
COME TO SHARE AND TEST RECENT COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS FOR NEUROMODELING, ANALYZING YOUR DATA AND MUCH MORE!
The general purpose of these sessions is in line with the Coding Club on promoting open science in our daily practice. The focus of the CONECT contributions is on advanced (e.g. python, R, etc.) computational packages of interest for the local neuroscientific community, both theoreticians and experimentalists. Methodological questions like how to model specific neuronal systems and fitting experimental data are also in the scope of these sessions, with again a focus on practical tools related to simulation and analysis.