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First steps for presentation and analysis of calcium imaging data

Posted by , on 6 September 2022

Andrey Andreev, Desiderio AscencioCalifornia Institute of Technology, David Prober Calcium imaging is a widely used tool in neuroscience, and our community now has access to multiple computational tools to process and analyze these data. However, a significant portion of work with imaging data relies on much simpler approaches than offered in these software packages.

A biologist’s checklist for calcium imaging and optogenetic analysis

Posted by , on 12 April 2021

Technological advancement constantly makes these methods more accessible, however, there are a number of understated complexities involved with these types of imaging-based experiments