The NeuroFedora team is happy to announce that our first deliverable is ready to use: a ready to use/install “live” ISO image for computational neuroscientists.
This is based on the Fedora 31 Workstation, which is an excellent GNOME based operating system for users. To the Fedora Workstation, we added a variety of simulators and analysis tools that are used in computational neuroscience, such as: auryn, bionetgen, calcium-calculator, COPASI, qalculate, getdp, genesis-simulator, gnuplot, moose, nest, neuron, neurord, octave, paraview, python3, brian2, ipython, nest, neuron, libNeuroML, neo, nineml, PyLEMS, and smoldyn.
It also includes the complete Python Science stack: matplotlib, jupyter notebook, numpy, pandas, pillow, scikit-image, scikit-learn, scipy, statsmodels, and sympy.
More information on the release post here: https://neuroblog.fedoraproject.org/2019/11/05/neurofedora-computational-neuroscience-iso-image-is-now-available.html