This script plots ECG spike frequencies and calculates the average,
by performing a spike frequency analysis on a range of data in a run.
Though written for processing ECG/EKG data, it should be generally applicable
to other spike data.
This script was added to convert HPGL plot files to the now commonly-supported
SVG vector graphics file format.
Many of the other HPGL conversion scripts, like hpgl2pdf, were fixed to better
support labels as text, and support the text conversion and layout options
like -f, -t, -r and -m as for hpgl2psc.
These scripts were added to convert ProAnalyst export text file to our runfile
format, so that kinematic X-Y position and angle data can be analyzed using
the SCRC software, and to get stick-figure plots of limb coordinates over time.
This script provides new capabilities for exporting and plotting
waveform amplitudes for normalized cycles.
Data are extracted from runs as CSV files, and are plotted as HPGL.
You can quickly do a batch-mode export and plot of several waveforms
from multiple run files at once.
In that time, we also updated several scripts from the
on our site:
This script for calculating the area under the curve for activity bursts
has been updated with the addition of these new options:
-d specifies the data columns to be exported rather than the default start, end,
mean and area, you can now also select burst duration, cycle duration and peak
amplitude, and select any order for the output.
-f specifies an alternate field separator, rather than the default comma.
-h specifies that a heading will appear at the top of each column of data.
This script for generating import data summaries for our FileMaker experiment
databases will now add a date field if it can determine the experiment's date
from the experiment date or from any ABF files associated with the experiment.
This script for saving and printing screen dumps can now save in a number of
common image formats, supports colour images, and printing to colour PostScript
printers. We fixed a bug in the dump file number incrementing that caused it
to lose digits in some cases.
The spfrqpeel script for calculating spike frequency curves now has a -f option
to export the curve as a .frm file, for further analysis by the peel program.
The spfrqramps script for analyzing frequencies on current ramps can export
the currents and frequencies as ASCII data, using the new -a option, and the
new -cd option can specify the minimum crossing delay for burst detection.
This script for exporting waveform data as sound now has a -t option to specify
the range of data to export, and a number of bug fixes. It can also be called
as wf2dsp to directly output sound to the Linux audio output.
Be sure to check out our
for further updates as they become available, and please let us know if you have
any scripts to contribute.
See our 2006 list of script updates for
highlights of previous developments.