Permits data acquisition, processing, and visualization. Open Ephys allows to run and monitor extracellular electrophysiology experiments. It offers a Plugin Generator that allows developers to walk through the process of plugin creation and configuration with a user-friendly visual interface. The tool encourages scientists to look ‘under the hood’ and understand the details of its implementation. It provides an acquisition board compatible with many types of headstages. The software is built around processor modules that can be swapped in and out independently.
Enables users to code psychology experiments. PyEPL intends to make easier the recording of vocal responses and the creation of desktop-based virtual reality experiments. The software provides tools for synchronizing behavioral and electrophysiological data. In addition, it also supplies screen-refresh synchronization, an automated logging of experimental events and management of participant data hierarchies.
Allows arbitrary stimulation patterns, low-latency data servers for accessing data streams. NeuroRighter permits to make high-quality multichannel recordings and all-channel stimulation protocols. It facilitates user manipulation of hardware settings, online filter settings, data visualization windows or stimulation tools. The tool can perform closed-loop experiments that restore the sensory-motor loop by interfacing living neural networks with artificial bodies.
Provides a data acquisition (DAQ) system. MANTA can acquire data from both analog and digital headstages. It facilitates and encourages the addition of new hardware and analysis tools. The tool supports natural visualization of arbitrary 1D, 2D and 3D electrode array geometries, integrates filtering, spike-sorting and denoising for online display, synchronization and communication with a control unit. It allows two modes of acquisition: locally controlled and remotely triggered.
Assists users in neuroimaging co-registration and overlay creation. iELVis has several features: it (i) implements a set of standard tools for electrode localization/visualization using MATLAB code, (ii) establishes a pipeline and toolset to standardize localization across multiple laboratories, (iii) implements quality control metrics to help identify erroneous localizations and (iv) produces interactive, multi-view representations of the brain that can simultaneously represent multiple data modalities.
Simplifies the development of new brain-computer interface (BCI) approaches. BCILAB assist users to test different types of BCI models in offering both a graphical user interface and a scripting interface to allow researchers to perform analyses and run numerical and actual experiments. Moreover, it includes a set of plug-in frameworks permitting methods developers to implement new methods and then to make them available for later re-use in numerical experiments and real-time applications.
Constructs realistic biophysical forward model for the electroencephalography (EEG) and electrocorticography (ECoG) comparison problem. EECoG-Comp assesses the effectiveness of EEG, different EEG Source Imaging (ESI) methods, and different connectivity estimators. It provides preprocessing algorithms that integrate synchronization and model-based artifact removal algorithms.
A mobile data collection platform for clinical and research applications in the field of mental health. Psychlog allows administering self-report questionnaires to gather participants' feedback on his/her quality of experience in its various cognitive, affective and motivational dimensions. The system consists of three main modules: the survey manager module, the computing module and the visualization module. Self-reports and sensors data are stored on the mobile phone’s internal memory, in separate files, for off-line analysis.
Simplifies clamp control and data acquisition. Henry’s EP Suite includes features for image and spectrographic acquisition, and provides access for protocol editing, inbuilt audio monitor, real-time graphical chart recorder and clamp monitors, real-time steady-state current-voltage monitoring, and sketchpad for runtime comparison.
Assists users to perform interactive control, experimental record and analysis of electroencephalography (EEG). ERICA is a solution allowing researchers to work on multimodal experiments incorporating feedback control and interactive data-adaptive stimulus: neurofeedback, videogame-like protocols, social neuroscience experiments, or cognitive monitoring. Moreover, it is composed of five complementary software environments: (1) a MatSound MaxMSP patch toolbox; (2) an Enactor Matlab environment; (3) a MatRiver LSL client environment; (4) a SNAP environement; and (5) a Lab Streaming Layer (LSL).
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