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Seventh International Conference on Information Visualization (IV'03)
Spike Train Correlation Visualization
London, England
July 16-July 18
ISBN: 0-7695-1988-1
Martin A. Walter, University of Plymouth
Liz J. Stuart, University of Plymouth
Roman Borisyuk, University of Plymouth; Russian Academy of Sciences
The current ability to record neural activity within the brains of mammals has led to the production of a large body of experimental data. The analysis and comprehension of this data is key to the understanding of many basic brains functions, for example learning and memory.
The main constituent of this data is multi-dimensional spike train recordings. As the analysis of these datasets, by traditional means, becomes more complex and time consuming the need for better methods of data analysis increases.
This paper presents an innovative method for analysis of the relationships within large multi-dimensional spike train datasets. This method, called the ?Correlation Grid,? is based on the Information Visualisation principles; overview the data, filter and zoom the data and obtain details-on-demand [1]. The features of the Correlation Grid are described, including filtering and statistical sorting methods.
Citation:
Martin A. Walter, Liz J. Stuart, Roman Borisyuk, "Spike Train Correlation Visualization," iv, pp.555, Seventh International Conference on Information Visualization (IV'03), 2003
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