The articles in this blog are written as Jupyter notebooks – interactive documents that contain text, Python code, and the results of running the code (i.e. text or figures). This article gives some details on the various ways to use them and explains common commands we use when presenting Brian code.
While the documents are “static” on this website, i.e. you can neither change nor run the code, you have two options to interactively explore and modify their content: