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Project Description

pyhfo

Python Package to analyse High Frequency Oscillations (HFO) in electrophysiological data.

This is the product of PhD project of Anderson Brito da Silva at Newcastle University - UK, funded by CAPES Foundation, an agency under the Ministry of Education of Brazil.

Installation

To install pyhfo, use:

pip install pyhfo

Developer install

git clone https://github.com/britodasilva/pyhfo.git
cd pyhfo
python setup.py develop

Folter structure

  • /io/ contains Input-Output scripts (loads/save data)
  • /ui/ contains User Interface scripts (plots)
  • /core/ contains main scripts
Release History

Release History

1.1.0-Beta

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1.0.0-Beta

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