Extracellular electrophysiology with close-packed recording sites: spike sorting and characterization

@inproceedings{MooreKochlacs2016ExtracellularEW,
  title={Extracellular electrophysiology with close-packed recording sites: spike sorting and characterization},
  author={Caroline Moore-Kochlacs},
  year={2016}
}
Advances in recording technologies now allow us to record populations of neurons simultaneously, data necessary to understand the network dynamics of the brain. Extracellular probes are fabricated with ever greater numbers of recording sites to capture the activity of increasing numbers of neurons. However, the utility of this extracellular data is limited by an initial analysis step, spike sorting, that extracts the activity patterns of individual neurons from the extracellular traces… CONTINUE READING

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