Details for Temp_R05_20210101

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  • Date & time: 2021-01-01,

  • Animal subject: Temp_R05

  • Investigator: Mihály Voroslakos

  • Experimenters: Mihály Voroslakos

  • Project: Brain temperature affects quantitative features of hippocampal sharp wave ripples

  • Data repositories: NYUshare_Datasets, download session from Web share

  • Created: 2022-04-12 15:56:55 by Peter Petersen
    Updated: 2022-04-12 15:57:14 by Peter Petersen

  • Notes:

Epochs

Epochs Behavioral paradigm Maze type Built maze Manipulation Duration Notes
Temp_R05_20210101

Extracellular

Equipment

File format

Sampling rate

nSamples

nChannels

Spike groups

Least significant bit

Intan Technologies, RHD2000 USB interface board (256ch) 1

Implanted probes

Spike groups

Spike groups are typically defined by the group of channels within shanks. Channels are listed and comma-separated and labels can further be assigned to each group. Channels are 0-indexed.

Group

Channels

Label

This section is dedicated to extra inputs besides the primary recording channels. For extracellular recordings this includes any extra analog and digital channels. Further it can be inputs saved with an Arduino or Raspberry pi or an entirely different hardware solution.

Equipment

Input type

Channel

Tag

Description


Equipment

File names

Epoch

Type

Framerate

Notes


Brain regions are defined according to the Allen Institute Atlas. A brain region can be assigned to a list of channels or spike groups.

Brain region

Channels

Spike groups


Channel tags

Examples and reserved tags: Bad, Good, Theta, Gamma, Delta, Ripple, RippleNoise.

Tag

Channels

Spike groups


Analysis tags

Tag

Value

Description


Spike sorting

Method

Format

Relative path

Channels

Spike sorter

Notes

Sorting completed

Units count

Sorting ID


Spike sorted units

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