I am stumbled across Nengo and was intrigued; however, when I went to use the first example (below), it did not seem to have imported the Network module. I have tried both the 3.0 and the latest git repository – is the intro documentation out dated? I am running it using Visual Studio Code + Anaconda and have tried it both in Jupyter and using a standard .py file.

```
import nengo
import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
with nengo.Network() as net:
sin_input = nengo.Node(output=np.sin)
# A population of 100 neurons representing a sine wave
sin_ens = nengo.Ensemble(n_neurons=100, dimensions=1)
nengo.Connection(sin_input, sin_ens)
# A population of 100 neurons representing the square of the sine wave
sin_squared = nengo.Ensemble(n_neurons=100, dimensions=1)
nengo.Connection(sin_ens, sin_squared, function=np.square)
# View the decoded output of sin_squared
squared_probe = nengo.Probe(sin_squared, synapse=0.01)
with nengo.Simulator(net) as sim:
sim.run(5.0)
plt.plot(sim.trange(), sim.data[squared_probe])
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
AttributeError Traceback (most recent call last)
in
----> 1 import nengo
2 import numpy as np
3 import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
4
5 with nengo.Network() as net:
e:\xampp\htdocs\othermind\nengo.py in
4 import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
5
----> 6 with nengo.Network() as net:
7 sin_input = nengo.Node(output=np.sin)
8 # A population of 100 neurons representing a sine wave
AttributeError: module 'nengo' has no attribute 'Network'
```