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Spyke Viewer: a flexible and extensible platform for electrophysiological data analysis.

Pröpper R, Obermayer K - Front Neuroinform (2013)

Bottom Line: Spyke Viewer includes plugins for several common visualizations and allows users to easily extend the program by writing their own plugins.New plugins are automatically integrated with the graphical interface.Additional plugins can be downloaded and shared on a dedicated website.

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Affiliation: Department of Software Engineering and Theoretical Computer Science, Neural Information Processing Group, TU Berlin Berlin, Germany ; Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin, Germany.

ABSTRACT
Spyke Viewer is an open source application designed to help researchers analyze data from electrophysiological recordings or neural simulations. It provides a graphical data browser and supports finding and selecting relevant subsets of the data. Users can interact with the selected data using an integrated Python console or plugins. Spyke Viewer includes plugins for several common visualizations and allows users to easily extend the program by writing their own plugins. New plugins are automatically integrated with the graphical interface. Additional plugins can be downloaded and shared on a dedicated website.

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A complete plugin that plots spike rates over multiple segments. It includes two options that can be adjusted in the Spyke Viewer GUI.
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Figure 3: A complete plugin that plots spike rates over multiple segments. It includes two options that can be adjusted in the Spyke Viewer GUI.

Mentions: Spyke Viewer includes a Python editor that can be used to create and edit plugins directly from the GUI. Like the internal console, the editor uses components from spyderlib and supports syntax highlighting, autocomplete and Python docstrings as tooltips. However, it is also possible to edit plugins in an external editor. The plugins are refreshed at runtime, so it is not necessary to restart Spyke Viewer when plugins change. Figure 3 shows an example of a complete plugin for Spyke Viewer that uses matplotlib to plot spike rates over time, with one data point per segment. This plugin and its creation are described in more detail in the next section.


Spyke Viewer: a flexible and extensible platform for electrophysiological data analysis.

Pröpper R, Obermayer K - Front Neuroinform (2013)

A complete plugin that plots spike rates over multiple segments. It includes two options that can be adjusted in the Spyke Viewer GUI.
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

License
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getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC3822898&req=5

Figure 3: A complete plugin that plots spike rates over multiple segments. It includes two options that can be adjusted in the Spyke Viewer GUI.
Mentions: Spyke Viewer includes a Python editor that can be used to create and edit plugins directly from the GUI. Like the internal console, the editor uses components from spyderlib and supports syntax highlighting, autocomplete and Python docstrings as tooltips. However, it is also possible to edit plugins in an external editor. The plugins are refreshed at runtime, so it is not necessary to restart Spyke Viewer when plugins change. Figure 3 shows an example of a complete plugin for Spyke Viewer that uses matplotlib to plot spike rates over time, with one data point per segment. This plugin and its creation are described in more detail in the next section.

Bottom Line: Spyke Viewer includes plugins for several common visualizations and allows users to easily extend the program by writing their own plugins.New plugins are automatically integrated with the graphical interface.Additional plugins can be downloaded and shared on a dedicated website.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Software Engineering and Theoretical Computer Science, Neural Information Processing Group, TU Berlin Berlin, Germany ; Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin, Germany.

ABSTRACT
Spyke Viewer is an open source application designed to help researchers analyze data from electrophysiological recordings or neural simulations. It provides a graphical data browser and supports finding and selecting relevant subsets of the data. Users can interact with the selected data using an integrated Python console or plugins. Spyke Viewer includes plugins for several common visualizations and allows users to easily extend the program by writing their own plugins. New plugins are automatically integrated with the graphical interface. Additional plugins can be downloaded and shared on a dedicated website.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus