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Source Codes

Measuring Spike Train Synchrony

An overview over all the different source codes which are available can be found here. These are some of the most prominent examples:

 

Measuring spike train synchrony: ISI- and SPIKE-distance

Matlab-Codes to measure the ISI- and the SPIKE-distance between two (or more) given spike trains

For a detailed description of the methods please refer to:

Kreuz T, Haas JS, Morelli A, Abarbanel HDI, Politi A:
"Measuring spike train synchrony", J Neurosci Methods 165, 151 (2007) [PDF].

Kreuz T, Chicharro D, Andrzejak RG, Haas JS, Abarbanel HDI: "Measuring multiple spike train synchrony",  J Neurosci Methods 183, 287 (2009) [PDF].

Kreuz T, Chicharro D, Greschner M, Andrzejak RG: "Time-resolved and time-scale adaptive measures of spike train synchrony", J Neurosci Methods 195, 92 (2011) [PDF].

Kreuz T, Chicharro D, Houghton C, Andrzejak RG, Mormann F: "Monitoring spike train synchrony", J Neurophysiol 109, 1457 (2013) [PDF].

 

Measuring spike train synchrony: Event Synchronization

 

Matlab-Code to measure the event synchronization and the event delay between two given spike trains

For a detailed description of the method please refer to:

Quian Quiroga R, Kreuz T, and Grassberger P,
"Event Synchronization: A simple and fast method to measure synchronicity and time delay patterns"  Phys.Rev. E, 66, 041904 (2002) [PDF].


For questions and comments please contact  Thomas Kreuz

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NETT Prototype: Simulator of a simple model for Medium Spiny Neurons.


A Fortran90 code simulating the dynamics of a network of Medium Spiny Neurons is available here.

For a detailed description of the feautures of this model please refer to:
Angulo-Garcia D., Berke J.D., Torcini A. "Cell assembly dynamics of sparsely connected inhibitory networks: A simple model for the collective activity of striatal projection neurons", arXiv:1511.06920 (2015) [PDF].