Added a section (dyClamp & pyClamp) with a description of and links to a software project by Christian Rickert (GitHub) that (1) provides an alternative Arduino sketch with robust serial communication between microcontroller and host computer (dyClamp) and (2) a Python interface to control simulations (pyClamp).
Added a Media section to hold videos and pictures.
Refined the description of the calibration procedure and edited the associated Processing sketch (processing_calibration.pde); now measurements will be plotted as they’re being obtained.
Added a section (External or saved conductances) that describes how to send the Teensy microcontroller analog signals representing up to three separate conductance trains, so that the Teensy can inject these conductances into a neuron. A typical use case would be when an experimenter, having previously recorded excitatory and inhibitory synaptic currents in voltage clamp mode (perhaps in vivo or in culture), would like to feed conductances derived from these recordings into a different neuron (perhaps in a brain slice).
The added section also describes how to save conductance waveforms in the Teensy’s memory so that they can be read out element by element at run-time, rather than being generated by numerical integration.
Also added a section (Troubleshooting) which will include troubleshooting tips.