Installation and Use
The Universal Renderer for Neuroscience (Urchin) allows you to connect your Python scripts to a standalone rendering program, to create neuroscience-specific interactive 3D visualizations.
pip install oursin
No additional installation is required if you plan to run Urchin in a browser. A standalone desktop application is also available from the releases page. Linux standalone available on request.
import oursin as urchin urchin.setup()
setup() opens a web browser and links it to your Python client.
Set the parameter
standalone = True to connect to a standalone Desktop application. You’ll need to manually copy the ID that Urchin displays to the Desktop renderer.
Please report issues on the issues page.
There is no citation for Urchin right now, we’ll create one soon.