Chronux is an open-source software package for the analysis of neural data. It was originally developed through a collaborative research effort based at the Mitra Lab in Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Chronux routines may be employed in the analysis of both point process and continuous data, ranging from preprocessing, exploratory and confirmatory analysis. The current release of Chronux is implemented as a Matlab library.
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