SpAcAn: Spontaneous Activity Analysis
Thu, 01/14/2010 - 03:07 am
SpAcAn (Spontaneous Activity Analysis) is a collection if IGOR Pro functions for the detection and analysis of spontaneously occuring (non-triggered) events in electrophysiological recordings. SpAcAn was originally designed to facilitate the analysis of spontaneous synaptic activity in whole-cell recordings, but has also been used successfully to detect and analyze spikes or rapid changes in fluorescence.
View All Releases
|Project Changelog:||View Changelog|
|Project Documentation:||View Documentation|
|Project Homepage:||View Homepage|
|Project Demo:||View Demo|
Current Project Release
SpAcAn: Spontaneous Activity Analysis IGOR.5.05.x-1.06
|Version Date:||Fri, 10/07/2011 - 04:56 am|
|Version Patch Level:||6|
This version fixes the following bug: the calculation of the 20-80% rise time was failing when the event rise time was one point only (which happens for example when detecting recorded trigger signals such as TTLs).
Now a separate calculation of RT20 and RT80 is performed when a one point transition accounts for more than 99% of the event amplitude.
Igor Pro 8
Igor XOP Toolkit
Igor NIDAQ Tools MX