Brian paper amongst most cited in Frontiers

We have just been informed by the Frontiers Editorial Staff that our first paper on Brian for Frontiers in Neuroinformatics was the second most cited paper across all the Frontiers journals since its publication in 2008.

This paper was published as part of a special issue on Python in neuroscience which appears to have been very successful. According to my Publish or Perish search, six other articles from the same issue are in the top 25 most cited papers in Frontiers journals since 2008, comprising papers on PyNN, Vision Egg, PyNEST, NEURON, Python for information theory, and MDP.