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## Introduction

This package provides Python libNeuroML, for working with neuronal models specified in NeuroML (http://neuroml.org)

Documentation is available at http://readthedocs.org/docs/libneuroml/en/latest/

For installation instructions, see http://readthedocs.org/docs/libneuroml/en/latest/install.html

For details on how to contribute, see http://readthedocs.org/docs/libneuroml/en/latest/how_to_contribute.html

The initial target version of NeuroML is v2.0. The latest details on that version is at http://neuroml.org/neuroml2.

## Travis integration

libNeuroML is integrated with the the [Travis Continuous Integration service](http://travis-ci.org/).

[![Build Status](https://api.travis-ci.org/NeuralEnsemble/libNeuroML.png)](https://travis-ci.org/NeuralEnsemble/libNeuroML)


###version 0.1.9
  • Minor release: Update to latest schema

###version 0.1.8

  • Several Bug fixes and small enhamcements
  • Support for latest NeuroML schema (see change outline)
  • JSON serialization
  • MongoDB backend
  • HDF5 serialization
  • Improved installation process
  • All usage examples are now run on the Travis-CI continuous integration server to confirm that that they do not error.
  • Schema validation utility
  • Improved documentation and documentation new look
copyright:Copyright 2012 by the libNeuroML team, see AUTHORS.
license:Modified BSD License, see LICENSE for details.

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