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EBAE III: A forum on in vivo recording approaches

December 7, 2012

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Thanks to all who made it out on Wed, Dec 5th, 2012 for EBAE III: A forum on in vivo recording approaches We had a superb evening, and with four excellent presentations: Aaron Andalman – Design decisions when doing awake behaving electrophysiology. Aaron’s slides are here! Tom Davidson – Integrating optogenetics and electrophysiology in behaving animals. Tom’s slides are here, and he […]

Open Source Electrophysiology

December 6, 2012

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Tom Davidson passed on some info about an open source electrophysiology hardware: http://open-ephys.org/  They have a monthly newsletter on their progress – it’s worth checking out! There are also several open source software packages for data acquisition: Ephus (http://ephus.org), which runs on top of Matlab; developed in the Shepherd and Svoboda labs; Currently used by Koji Takahashi and Mark […]