YASS: Yet Another Spike Sorter
Note: YASS is in an early stage of development. Although it is stable, it has only been tested with the data in our lab, but we are working to make it more flexible. Feel free to send feedback through Gitter. Expect a lot of API changes in the near future.
Lee, J. et al. (2017). YASS: Yet another spike sorter. Neural Information Processing Systems. Available in biorxiv: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2017/06/19/151928
Installing the last stable version:
pip install yass-algorithm
If you are feeling adventurous, you can install from the master branch:
pip install git+git://github.com/paninski-lab/yass@master
Quick example of YASS using a sample of the neuropixel data from Nick Steinmetz:
# install last stable version pip install yass-algorithm # clone repo to get the sample data git clone https://github.com/paninski-lab/yass # move to the examples/ folder and run yass in the sample data cd yass/examples yass sort config_sample.yaml # see the spike train cat data/spike_train.csv
You can also use YASS in Python scripts. See the documentation for details.
Documentation hosted at https://yass.readthedocs.io
To run tests and flake8 checks (from the root folder):
pip install -r requirements.txt make test
You need to install graphviz to build the graphs included in the documentation. On macOS:
brew install graphviz
To build the docs (from the root folder):
pip install -r requirements.txt make docs
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