NeuroMatic, data analysis and acquisition software

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Acquisition ||| Clamp | File | Notes / Log | Folders | Board | Stims | Stim Misc | Stim Time | Stim Board | Stim Pulse | Analysis | Configs |||


Configurations

Set your configuration preferences by editing the various “Configs” (NeuroMatic > Configs > Edit). Config variables, strings and waves are displayed / edited in tables.

Once you have finished editing your Configs, you should save them (NeuroMatic > Configs > Save). Configs are saved to disk as a NM binary file “.nmb” (Igor 4 users) or an Igor binary file “.pxp” (Igor 5 and 6 users). If you save them within NeuroMatic’s folder (default option), your Configs will automatically be loaded upon starting Igor / NeuroMatic. If you save them elsewhere, you can load your Configs at any time using the menu option (NeuroMatic > Configs > Open).

You can save all of NeuroMatic’s Configs in a single file (NeuroMatic > Configs > Save > All) or as individual files. Create, for example, an independent Config file for the Stats tab (NeuroMatic > Configs > Save > Stats). Or create several Config files for the Stats tab (for different analyses) and then open the particular Config you need at a given time.


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