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MATLAB-Netcom Utilities

NLX to MATLAB Import/Export MEX Files for Linux and Mac OS X

NLX to MATLAB Import/Export MEX Files for Linux and Mac OS X

Version: 6.0.0
NLX neurophysiology reader and writer file formats for MATLAB on Unix / Linux / Mac OS X as MATLAB MEX files implemented in C++ (latest version v6 - 12/08/11). Pre-compiled binaries for 32/64-bit Linux and Mac OS X are provided, as well as scripts to re-compile on other systems (latest g++) or MATLAB versions (2010b). Supports: Import files: CSC (continuous data traces), EV (events), VT (video) and SE/TT (single electrode and tetrode) Export files: CSC, SE, and TT Refer to the README file for instructions. Provided as is, not supported by Neuralynx. For more information, visit Ueli Rutishauser’s Homepage.


Stream Channel

Stream Channel

Version: 1.0
File continuously streams one channel of data and plots that data. Can be run remotely or from a networked computer using NetCom. Available parameters are window height, channel number, length of window and refresh time.


Stream Channel Events

Stream Channel Events

Version: 1.0
File collects data provided by Zoned Video, and then selectively outputs events based on the subject’s location. Ideally used for prevention of stimulation when the subject re-enters the same area before visiting the stimulation area at the opposite end of a linear track. Easily modified for other conditional instances.


Place Fields

Place Fields

Version: 1.0
Detailed tutorial document on how to create online place fields maps in MATLAB using NetCom and Cheetah Data Acquisition software. Review tutorial, then download code at end of document to run it. Tutorial and code provided by Neuralynx Engineering.


MATLAB Import/Export MEX Files

MATLAB Import/Export MEX Files

Version: 6.0.0
This program is compiled MATLAB code used for viewing an FFT of neural data, taking raw data (CSC’s) and plotting an FFT for a given time frame. Multiple CSC objects can be viewed through one Window.