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Analysis of electrophysiological data recorded with the Axona recording system

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## Synopsis

Tools for the analysis of electrophysiological data collected primarily with Axona recording products using Python.

## Code Example

Main entry class is Trial contained in dacq2py_util i.e.

` import dacq2py_util T = dacq2py_util.Trial('/path/to/dataset/mytrial') `

The “usual” Axona dataset includes the following files:

  • mytrial.set
  • mytrial.1
  • mytrial.2
  • mytrial.3
  • mytrial.4
  • mytrial.pos
  • mytrial.eeg

Note that you shouldn’t specify a suffix when constructing the filename in the code example above.

You can now start analysing your data! i.e.

` T.plotEEGPower() T.plotMap(tetrode=1, cluster=4) `

## Motivation

Analysis using Axona’s Tint cluster cutting program is great but limited. This extends that functionality.

## Installation

Easiest way is with pip (under Linux, don’t know how this works under other OS’s):

> pip install dacq2py

This should install all the pre-requisites, which are as follows:

Optional packages include:

Download the files and extract to a folder and make sure it’s on your Python path

## API Reference

Most classes/ methods have some explanatory text. The files in the docs folder are extracted from that using standard Python tools.

## Tests

To be implemented.

## Contributors

Robin Hayman.

## License

Do what you want license.

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