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We are experts in Spike2 script programming. Spike2 is a software created by Cambridge Electronic Design CED, and used to record electrophysiological signals and manipulate neuronal activity. Below is a selection of our Spike2 scripts. They are provided "as is" (i.e., use at your own risk). We are always happy to help with scripts or answer questions about them (email us at wstein AT ilstu.edu).
A script that converts time events to the 1401 sequences for stimulation
A script that copies a waveform channel from one Spike2 file to another
A script and a sequencer file to introduce a leak current into neurons using dynamic clamp
A script that detects peaks and troughs in recordings (like spikes) by finding the peak (not a threshold)
A script that measures EPSP or EJP amplitudes
A script that automatically determines the threshold to detect action potentials on an extracellular recording
A script to fit an exponential decay to waveforms, like the falling phase of an EPSP
A script to remove stimulus artefacts from intracellular recordings (works also for extracellular recordings)
A script to measure durations of spike bursts, and number of spikes in the burst
A script to create multiple sweeps of triggered waveforms (like EPSPs or action potentials)
A script to create a simple phase plot (like for a rhythmic circuit)
A script to add text to an existing textmark channel.
The Original. The Classic. The Crab Analyzer. Analyzes all you need in a rhythmic system.
A software window discriminator script.