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Requirements for storing electrophysiology data

@article{Sommer2016RequirementsFS,
  title={Requirements for storing electrophysiology data},
  author={Friedrich T. Sommer and Thomas Wachtler and Jeffrey L. Teeters and Jan Benda and Andrew P. Davison and Stephen J. Eglen and Richard C. Gerkin and Jeffrey S. Grethe and Jan Grewe and Kenneth D. Harris and Christian Johannes Kellner and Yann Le Franc and Roman Mou{\vc}ek and Dimiter Prodanov and Robert Pr{\"o}pper and Hyrum L. Sessions and Leslie Smith and Andrey Sobolev and Adrian Stoewer and Barry Wark},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1605.07673}
}
The purpose of this document is to specify the basic data types required for storing electrophysiology and optical imaging data to facilitate computer-based neuroscience studies and data sharing. These requirements are being developed within a working group of the Electrophysiology Task Force in the International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility (INCF) Program on Standards for Data Sharing. While this document describes the requirements of the standard independent of the actual storage… 

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