Leah M. McGuire; Gregory Telian; Keven Laboy-Juárez; Toshio Miyashita; Daniel J. Lee; Katherine A. Smith; Daniel E. Feldman (2016)
The data set was collected from extracellular spike recordings in whisker primary somatosensory cortex (S1) of
rats performing a whisker based discrimination task. Neural activity is described by the spike times of isolated
single and multiunit clusters obtained from spike sorting from moveable tetrode arrays. The whisker stimuli
consisted of rapid whisker impulse sequences. Each sequence (120-150 ms total duration) contained 3 brief
Henze, D.A.; Harris, K.D.; Borhegyi, Z.; Csicsvari, J.; Mamiya, A.; Hirase, H.; Sirota, A.; Buzsáki, G. (2009)
The data set is recorded from the CA1 hippocampal region. They contain recordings from the
same neuron recorded both intracellularly and extracellularly. Part of this data set has been
already tested by various laboratories to test the uniquely developed unit clustering algorithms.
Blanche, Tim (2009)
The data comprises multi-neuron responses recorded with silicon electrode arrays
in the primary visual cortex of anethetized cats. Specifically, the spike times
of ten (10) simultaneously recorded cells from a single penetration in cat area 17
in response to oriented drifting bars, spatiotemporal white noise, and a dynamic
natural scene movie.
Willmore, Ben D.; Prenger, Ryan J.; Gallant, Jack L. (2011)
This data consists of extracellular recordings from well isolated neurons
in area V2 in awake behaving macaque monkeys.
Jianing Yu; Diego Gutnisky; Samuel Andrew Hires; Karel Svoboda (2017)
These experiments measure spikes and membrane potential in the mouse somatosensory
thalamocortical system (Yu, Gutnisky et al Nat. Neurosci. 2016). Mice performed an active
object localizatiobn behavior (as in O’Connor, D JNS 2010). Importantly, whisker movements
and touch forces were tracked with millisecond time-scale precision (as in Pammer et al JNS 2013;
Hires, Gutnisky et al ELife 2015). Spikes were recorded in ...
Husain H Danish; Dmitriy Aronov; Michale S Fee (2017)
This data set contains multiunit recordings of neurons in the thalamic nucleus
Uvaeformis (Uva) of adult male zebra finches (Taeniopygia gutatta) during singing
(n=3 birds, >90 days post hatch). In addition, we have included song recordings
from adult birds pre- and post-lesion of Uva. The results are reported in:
Danish HH, Aronov D, Fee MS. Rhythmic syllable-related activity in a songbird motor
Shinya Ito; Fang-Chin Yeh; Nicholas M. Timme; Pawel Hottowy; Alan M. Litke; John M. Beggs (2016)
These data contain a record of neuron spiking activity in mouse somatosensory
cortex. The recordings were performed in organotypic slice cultures after
2 to 4 weeks in vitro. The recordings were performed with a large and dense
multielectrode array (512 electrodes, 60 μm interelectrode spacing, 5 μm
electrode diameter, flat electrodes, roughly 1 mm by 2 mm total array area).
The cultures were not s...
Jai Y. Yu; Daniel Liu; Irene Grossrubatscher; Loren M. Frank (2015)
This data set contains recordings from hippocampus regions CA1 and dorsal medial
prefrontal cortex (PFC) from rats performing a foraging task. The data was used
to determine relationships between activity in hippocampus and PFC neurons and
learning and decision making. The main behavior performed by the animal during
the experiments was an alternate choice task in a foraging context. The data was
Itti, Laurent; Carmi, Ran (2009)
This freely shared dataset consists of a body of 520 human eye-tracking data traces obtained while normal,
young adult human volunteers freely watched complex video stimuli (TV programs, outdoors videos, video games).
The dataset comprises eye movement recordings from eight distinct subjects watching 50 different video clips
(~25 minutes of total playtime) and from another eight subjects watching the same set of video clips after
Mannion, Damien J. (2011)
The data set contains functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) measurements of the
magnitude of evoked activity in the visual areas V1, V2, and V3 in seven humans in response
to image patches, drawn from above or below the centre of gaze of an observer navigating
a natural environment. The data is described in the publication:
"Sensitivity to the visual field origin of natural image patches in human