Scaled correlation analysis: a better way to compute a cross‐correlogram

  title={Scaled correlation analysis: a better way to compute a cross‐correlogram},
  author={D. Nikolic and R. Muresan and Weijia Feng and W. Singer},
  journal={European Journal of Neuroscience},
  • D. Nikolic, R. Muresan, +1 author W. Singer
  • Published 2012
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • European Journal of Neuroscience
  • When computing a cross‐correlation histogram, slower signal components can hinder the detection of faster components, which are often in the research focus. For example, precise neuronal synchronization often co‐occurs with slow co‐variation in neuronal rate responses. Here we present a method – dubbed scaled correlation analysis – that enables the isolation of the cross‐correlation histogram of fast signal components. The method computes correlations only on small temporal scales (i.e. on… CONTINUE READING
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