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Analysis: Averaged inter-spike interval vs spike occ.

The average intervals between action potentials occurring on the waveform selected by the "Spike W.F. #" are displayed by spike occurrence within cycles on the waveform selected by the "Cycle W.F. #". That is, the X-axis is divided into a number of bins, corresponding to individual spike occurrences in each cycle, then for each spike on the former waveform, the interval from the previous spike is calculated, and added to the bin for the position (or spike number) in the current cycle where this spike occurred. For each cycle, the intervals for all spikes falling into one of these bins are calculated and added, and a single average curve is displayed. You can also skip spikes, or sample spike occurrences from the end of the cycle, just like for the "W.F. averaging - spike occurrence in cycle" analysis, using the "Spikes to skip" parameter.

No interval is calculated for the first spike of the first cycle, if no previous spike was found, in the selected range to be analysed, to permit an interval calculation. If the spike trains for the former waveform have been properly set, statistics will be given for activity on this waveform, relative to the above cycles. Also, in this case, intervals are calculated only for spikes in the same spike train, and no interval is calculated for the first spike in each train.

If the "Take interval after spike" option is enabled, the interval to the following spike, rather than the previous one, is calculated. No interval is calculated for the last spike of the last cycle, if no following spike is found in the selected range. If spike trains have been set, no interval is calculated for the last spike in each train.


Key sequence  Parameter Initial Value
<Esc>AGASIA  Analysis method  Averaged inter-spike interval vs spike occ.
<Esc>SF  Run file  ?
<Esc>SRS  Start of run  0 msec
<Esc>SRE  End of run  2.14748e_08 msec
<Esc>SRD  # of deleted sections  0
<Esc>SCW  Cycle W.F. #  ?
<Esc>Wn<CR>SCV  Cycle crossings  ?
<Esc>SCS  Base cycles on stop time  N
<Esc>SCT  Base cycles on spike trains  N
<Esc>SSWN  Spike W.F. #  ?
<Esc>Wn<CR>SS  W.F. spikes  ?
<Esc>SSWS  Spikes to skip  0
<Esc>SSWR  Reverse spike occurrences  N
<Esc>SMIA  Take interval after spike  N
<Esc>SGB  # bins- graph  100
<Esc>SGR  Regression degree  0
<Esc>SSWA  Base spike stats. on start  N
<Esc>SDD  Graph description  ""
<Esc>SDM  Main graph title  ""
<Esc>SDGG  Graph type  Adaptive
<Esc>SDGH  Histogram type  Adaptive
<Esc>SDGS  Std. deviation type  Adaptive
<Esc>SDGD  Diamond symbol size  5
<Esc>SDGT  Graph tag symbol  ""
<Esc>SDSA  Auto scale  Y
<Esc>SDSR  Round out scale bars  Y
<Esc>SDSXS  X scale bars  Y
<Esc>SDSYS  Y scale bars  Y
<Esc>SDSXL  Min X  0
<Esc>SDSXU  Max X  0
<Esc>SDSYL  Min Y  0
<Esc>SDSYU  Max Y  0
<Esc>SDSYHL  Min Y- hist  0
<Esc>SDSYHU  Max Y- hist  0
<Esc>SDTA  Show areas under curves  N
<Esc>SDTH  Histogram display  N
<Esc>SDTI  Interpolation  Y
<Esc>SDTX  Extend interpolation  Y
<Esc>SDTS  Display std dev  N
<Esc>SDTT  Top title display  Y
<Esc>SDUT  Time units  msec


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