Addressing the pins while using Evok
I have read the git page for the Evok open source software. It was mentioned that the circuit number can be used to address the devices. Does the circuit number indicate the markings on the UniPi Neuron itself? I apologize if you feel the question is stupid, but I am a noob.
@HarishKumar It's ok. That's why the forum is here. If you visit the web interface of evok, you will see the numbers of IO of the Neuron you are using.
In general it is numbered as X_Y where X is the number of group (1-3 depending on S/M/L model) and Y is the number of the Di/Ro/...
So for example you would address DI1.4 as a string 1_4 with device type di.