NeuroMatic, data analysis and acquisition software

Misc ||| Home | Install | Links | Release Notes |||

Analysis ||| Basics | Data / Folders | Sets | Groups | Graphs | Main | Stats | Spike | Event | Fit | MyTab | Macros | Configs |||

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


Main Tab

  • Perform basic display, edit, time-scale and wave operations on your data.
  • Use NeuroMatic’s channel and wave select controls to select the channel and set of waves you wish to analyze.


Display Functions

    Order Waves – change the order of the currently selected waves.

    Plot – plot selected waves in rainbow, red, blue, black, etc.

    Table – make a table of selected waves.

    xLabel – set the x-label of selected waves.

    yLabel – set the y-label of selected waves.

    Print Names – print names of selected waves.

    Print Notes – print notes of selected waves.


Edit Functions

    Copy – copy selected waves.

    Rename – rename selected waves.

    Kill – kill selected waves.


Time Scale Functions

    Align – align selected waves at a given point in time, or to a wave of alignment values. This function sets the “Start” variable of the selected waves.

    Time Begin – set the start time of selected waves (see Igor Pro’s Setscale function). Enter “0” to remove alignments. This function sets the “Start” variable of the selected waves.

    Time Step – set the time-step of selected waves (see Igor Pro’s Setscale function). This function sets the “Delta” variable of the selected waves.

    Decimate – reduce the number of points in selected waves by linear interpolation (see Igor Pro’s Interpolate function).

    Interpolate – perform linear or cubic-spline interpolation on selected waves (see Igor Pro’s Interpolate function).

    Redimension – set the number of points in selected waves (see Igor Pro’s Redimension function).

    Xlabel – set the x-label of of the selected waves.

    Xwave – choose a wave that contains the x-scale (time) values for ALL WAVES.

    Continuous – set the Start time of each wave so they appear continuous.

    Episodic – set the Start time of each wave to zero.

    sec, msec, usec – switch between these time scales.


Wave Operations

    Scale By Num – scale selected waves by a number (multiplication, division, addition, subtraction).

    Scale By Wave – scale selected waves by another wave of the same dimension (multiplication, division, addition, subtraction).

    Baseline – compute baseline and subtract from selected waves.

    Normalize – normalize selected waves to min or max value.

    Smooth – smooth selected waves (see Igor Pro’s Smooth function).

    Integrate – integrate selected waves (see Igor Pro’s Integrate function).

    Differentiate– differentiate selected waves (see Igor Pro’s Differentiate function).

    2-Differentiate – double-differentiate selected waves (see Igor Pro’s Differentiate function).

    Reverse – reverse data points in selected waves.

    Delete NANs – delete points from selected waves that have NAN values.

    NAN > 0 – convert NAN’s to 0’s in selected waves.

    0 > NAN – convert 0’s to NAN’s in selected waves.

    Average – compute the average and standard deviation of selected waves. Results are stored in waves beginning with “Avg”, “Stdv”, “Sem” or “Var”.

    Sum – sum selected waves. Results are stored in waves beginning with “Sum”.

    Concatenate – concatenate selected waves.

    2D wave – combine selected 1D waves into a 2D wave which can be displayed as an image.

    IV – compute the current-voltage relation of selected waves (for data files with more than 2 channels).


Misc ||| Home | Install | Links | Release Notes |||

Analysis ||| Basics | Data / Folders | Sets | Groups | Graphs | Main | Stats | Spike | Event | Fit | MyTab | Macros | Configs |||

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


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