The Nengo team is elated to announce the release of Nengo 2.3!
Nengo 2.3 features several improvements under the hood which should speed up certain operations, such as accessing probe data via
One nice new feature is the ability to copy and pickle Nengo objects. Nengo objects like
Ensemble now have a
copy method that will clone that ensemble in the current network context. If you created a model in a console session, for example, you can pickle that model to a file using
pickle.dump(model, file), then load it back up anywhere else with
model = pickle.load(file).
We have also added a progress bar for models that take a long time to build. Previously, we showed a progress bar when simulating large models, but not when building them. Now you will get a progress bar for each step.
The Nengo team also grew this release. Welcome to the team, Ben Morcos!
To see the full list of changes in Nengo 2.3, head to the Github release page.
How do I get it?
To get the new version of Nengo, use
pip install --upgrade nengo
Where can I learn more?
Where can I get help?
You’re already there! If you have an issue upgrading or have any other questions, please post them in this forum.