Monthly Archives: February 2014

Beyond correlation analysis: mutual information

Last time, I mentioned a website which gives an overview of methods to analyze neuronal (and other) networks. Let’s have a closer look. Here’s a list of the methods: Cross-correlation (the standard method) Mutual Information Incremental Mutual Information Granger Causality … Continue reading

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Beyond correlation analysis

There are many papers out that use calcium imaging of a lot (tens to thousands) of neurons in animal brains. When I first encountered these kind of publications (roughly a year ago), it took me some hours to become familiar … Continue reading

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