Matlab

Dr. Roger DuBois roger at anatsg1.unil.ch
Fri Sep 10 09:41:20 EST 1993


In article <9309022021.AA05265 at net.bio.net> 030zncp at witsvma.wits.ac.za (Neil Caithness) writes:
>I would like to correspond with researchers in biology using Matlab
>(Matrix laboratory and visulization system from the MathWorks)
> .....................................................................
>If you send e-mail direct to me I'll compile a list of
>responses and post them later.
>
>In case it's lost in the header, I'm  030zncp at witsvma.wits.ac.za
>Regards, Neil Caithness.

I have used MATLAB over the last 4 years extensively and consider it
the most useful tool I have ever had. I use it both for analysis and 
modelling and real-time data acquisition in neurobiology experiments.
I too am very keen on being in touch with similar researchers.
My particular problem the moment is spike (action potentials from neurons)
recognition. I have multiple spike waveforms comming from an electrode, 
digitized, and wish to de-multiplex them to get more data from what
are painfully long experiments.

Please include me in any discussion.

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