brian_ast function

(Shortest import: from brian2.parsing.bast import brian_ast)

brian2.parsing.bast.brian_ast(expr, variables)[source]

Returns an AST tree representation with additional information

Each node will be a standard Python ast node with the following additional attributes:

One of 'boolean', 'integer' or 'float', referring to the data type of the value of this node.
Either True or False if the node uses any vector-valued variables.
An integer representation of the computational complexity of the node. This is a very rough representation used for things like 2*(x+y) is less complex than 2*x+2*y and exp(x) is more complex than 2*x but shouldn’t be relied on for fine distinctions between expressions.

expr : str

The expression to convert into an AST representation

variables : dict

The dictionary of Variable objects used in the expression.