Deprecated since version 220.127.116.11: Use the brian2hears package instead.
This module is designed for users of the Brian 1 library “Brian Hears”. It allows you to use Brian Hears with Brian 2 with only a few modifications (although it’s not compatible with the “standalone” mode of Brian 2). The way it works is by acting as a “bridge” to the version in Brian 1. To make this work, you must have a copy of Brian 1 installed (preferably the latest version), and import Brian Hears using:
from brian2.hears import *
Many scripts will run without any changes, but there are a few caveats to be aware of. Mostly, the problems are due to the fact that the units system in Brian 2 is not 100% compatible with the units system of Brian 1.
# Leaky integrate-and-fire model with noise and refractoriness eqs = ''' dv/dt = (I-v)/(1*ms)+0.2*xi*(2/(1*ms))**.5 : 1 I : 1 ''' anf = FilterbankGroup(ihc, 'I', eqs, reset=0, threshold=1, refractory=5*ms)
However, in Brian 2 Hears you would need to do:
# Leaky integrate-and-fire model with noise and refractoriness eqs = ''' dv/dt = (I-v)/(1*ms)+0.2*xi*(2/(1*ms))**.5 : 1 (unless refractory) I : 1 ''' anf = FilterbankGroup(ihc, 'I', eqs, reset='v=0', threshold='v>1', refractory=5*ms)
Slicing sounds no longer works. Previously you could do, e.g.
sound[:20*ms] but with Brian 2 you would need
In addition, some functions may not work correctly with Brian 2 units. In most circumstances, Brian 2 units can be
used interchangeably with Brian 1 units in the bridge, but in some cases it may be necessary to convert units from
one format to another, and to do that you can use the functions