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Open-Source Software Tracks Neural Activity in Real Time

News   Mar 01, 2019 | Original Press Release from the Simons Foundation

 
Open-Source Software Tracks Neural Activity in Real Time

This is an image of neurons (white) taken using calcium imaging techniques. An innovative software dubbed CaImAn can automatically differentiate between individual neurons (yellow outlines) with nearly the same accuracy as a human (red outlines). Credit: Giovannucci et al./eLife 2019 under CC BY 4.0

 
 
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