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The Spike Train Analysis Toolkit was developed by Michael A. Repucci, David H. Goldberg, Jonathan D. Victor, and Daniel Gardner of the Laboratory of Neuroinformatics at Weill Medical College of Cornell University. It leverages the work of many computational neurobiologists, whose intellectual contributions are gratefully acknowledged here and elsewhere.

Please send direct questions and feedback to Michael Repucci at mar2022 at med dot cornell dot edu. Also email Michael if you would like to be added to the Spike Train Analysis Toolkit mailing list.

New -> We have established a toolkit wiki, to which all current users have been added. New and additional users of the STAToolkit, please send us user information including an email address to be added to the user list.

Funding provided by the Human Brain Project/Neuroinformatics initiative via MH068012 from NIMH, NINDS, NIA, NIBIB, and NSF with additional support from MH/NS057153 from NIMH and NINDS.

We suggest that publications that include results obtained from this resource include an acknowledgement such as "Information theoretic analyses in this study were conducted with the Spike Train Analysis Toolkit—a neuroinformatics resource funded by the NIH's Human Brain Project."




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