The Autopilot wiki is a publicly-curated collection of supplemental wisdom for using Autopilot, a distributed Python framework for performing behavioral neuroscience experiments. It also aspires to be a general-purpose repository of knowledge for experimental methods, ranging from how to trick Linux into doing what you want to what glue to use when -- this is a place for all the little scraps of know-how that never quite find their way into the paper but are an indispensable part of how you do your experiments ;)
This wiki is built with MediaWiki, and uses Semantic Wiki and Tweeki. Please see Contributing for more information on editing pages and adding information! Above all, please do not be shy! the wiki can always be reverted. It's better if you feel free to write what you want rather than get the organization and metadata correct.
The macro-organization of this wiki is young and in-flux! For now the major discussion venue is at the autopilot repo discussion board!
Quick Links to other Autopilot resources:
- Homepage - https://auto-pi.lot.com
- Repository - https://github.com/auto-pi-lot/autopilot
- Docs - https://docs.auto-pi-lot.com
- Discussion - https://github.com/auto-pi-lot/autopilot/discussions
Instructions on how to build or do things :)
Information on hardware components and materials, 3d printed parts, schematics, circuit diagrams, etc.
External libraries, environment configuration, etc.
Hardware and software applied in a particular modality like Audio, Video, or some other abstract subcategory (see Property:Modality)
Information about using, editing, and contributing to the wiki!