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J Neurosci Methods. 1992 Oct-Nov;45(1-2):135-48.

NEUROLAB, a comprehensive program for the analysis of neurophysiological and behavioural data.

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I. Zoologisches Institut der Universität, Göttingen, Germany.


A comprehensive and versatile computer software for IBM-compatible microcomputers has been developed. It is designed for quantitative off-line analysis of A/D-sampled intracellular or extracellular recordings and behavioural or stimulus data. The program works with single files or file sets. It supports data to be viewed on the monitor and allows sectioning of interesting data for common analysis. It offers 19 filters/operators for data processing and comprehensive possibilities to set and calculate trigger points. Data of trigger points can be exported as ASCII files. Standard neurophysiological histograms like interval-, PST-, phase histograms or auto- and cross-correlograms can be obtained. Time-dependent and phase-dependent averaging is possible for all original and filtered data. All graphical output on the display can directly be copied to a plotter/laser printer or HP-GL file by keyboard commands.

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