This paper describes a program for the processing of trains of nerve or muscle impulses (spikes). The program is designed to allow the efficient use of semiautomatic or manual measuring devices. It will handle up to six different sets of spikes and one cyclic, non-spike event (e.g., changing light intensity or limb position, etc.) Output may include computed interspike intervals and instantaneous frequencies, phase relationships between sets of spikes and between spikes and the non-spike event, and parameters of bursts found in the spike trains. Output is presented numerically and in the form of line-printer graphs.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Medicine (miscellaneous)