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Recently, and collapse parameter dimensions were essential in interesting results were obtained from modeling studies switching between these levels of abstraction.
For large simulation projects searching model parameters, Although widely used for identified neurons and brain PANDORA offered several routines to understand the connectivity , databases are rarely used in electrophysi- effects, on the measured characteristics, of a single param- ological analysis .
The main advantage of using a data- eter while other parameters were invariant. The results base is being able to associate metadata labels with raw could then be subjected to second tier analyses such as data for querying and organizing the data based on the derivative and correlation, or simply be plotted.
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Neuroinformatics , 4 2 Several of the most common behavioral tasks used to study rodent forelimb function, including reaching and manipulation tasks, are slow, subjective, and labor-intensive Allred et al. Recently, several groups have begun to automate forelimb tasks in rodents Gadiagellan, ; Seth A. Hays et al.
This increase in prevalence of automated tasks is largely due to decreased costs of sensors and increased accessibility to the tools that control these sensors. Automated tasks offer several advantages over manual tasks: objectivity, increased throughput, and decreased analysis time.
In some cases, they provide a more sensitive loss of dexterity than conventional tasks Sindhurakar et al. However, with these advantages comes an increase in complexity of the analysis required.
Analyzing large data sets requires the ability to manage the files, process the raw data, and visualize it in a format that is easy to understand. These special requirements limit the widespread adoption of automated forelimb or arm tasks, and thus far, few have provided robust, intuitive solutions to analyze data from automated reaching tasks.
We sought to create a software program that would make this complicated data analysis accessible to neuroscientists without data science expertise. The program we built is called Dexterity. Then, analyzed data can be annotated by group and experimental timeline 1C.
Once loading, processing, and annotation are complete, the software visualizes the processed data 1D. If further analysis of a task is needed, the software provides custom analyses 1E. At the conclusion of an analysis, Dexterity can save the analysis and provide the option to export the analyzed data in spreadsheet format and the graph 1F.