Dear @JKM ,
There are a few steps that needs to done before running the neuronal simulations. First, you should create as many Line Sensors as many axons/neurons you have. If you want to visualize the propagation of transmembrane potential over time, this is already the default quantity to show. You need to setup as many time steps N you want to visualize. If your simulation runs for M seconds, the interval between time frames will be M/N.
After you run the simulation, you'll find new sensors with the same name of the neuron/axon they belong to. They contain the time-domain surface plot of the transmembrane potential. You can visualize them using the Surface Viewer->Animation.
A few suggestions:
- choose a visualization speed (frame/second) not too fast (a good start would be 250) because depending on the performances of your computer graphic you could have some visualization issue.
- rescale the colorbar to -70mV to about 20mV. These are typical ranges of the transmembrane potential.
- if you have multiple line sensors and you would like to create only one movie, you can use the 'append fields' function that will appear if you select multiple sensors. After appending the fields, you can visualize the movie as previously described.
I hope this helps!