Current Source Density (CSD) Analysis


Current Source Density analysis (CSD) is a class of methods of analysis of extracellular electric potentials recorded at multiple sites leading to estimates of current sources generating the measured potentials. It is usually applied to low-frequency part of the potential (called the Local Field Potential, LFP) and to simultaneous recordings or to recordings taken with fixed time reference to the onset of specific stimulus (Evoked Potentials, EP).

DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4614-7320-6_544-1

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@inproceedings{Wjcik2014CurrentSD, title={Current Source Density (CSD) Analysis}, author={Daniel K. W{\'o}jcik}, booktitle={Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience}, year={2014} }