[Neuroscience] Re: What electrophysiology software are people using?
(by connelly.bill from gmail.com)
Tue Jun 24 15:30:44 EST 2008
On Jun 25, 5:42 am, jonesmat <jones... from physiology.wisc.edu> wrote:
> But even with bugs I think it's better than most other packages. I am
> not sure it will do the stats you need (but maybe). We always use
> Prism for KS tests and such, after doing detection & measurement in
Wait, hold the phone. Prism can do KS tests? I know it uses them to
test for normality, but I didn't think you could use them to test
between two distributions of your choice. Is that a standard feature?
Axograph is good (indeed the best I have seen), and I was at a
neuroscience course in Australia (ACAN http://acan.jcs.anu.edu.au/acan.html)
with John Clements, the guy who makes Axograph. We were running the PC
version and it still wasn't 100% stable, certainly not stable enough
for me to use it for acquisition of data (though John was bug fixing
throughout the course, so maybe its better now).
Indeed, if I could get it to work with our CED data loggers I would
probably be trying to convince the boss the use it.
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