As well as commands for implementing all the built-in data processing functions described above, the Spike2 script language has full access to the data as arrays of waveform values or marker times. Within the script language there are many commands and mathematical functions for use with arrays, matrices and individual values. Results may then be placed back into a data file, or to another type of view, or output for further analysis.
Typical commands include:
The script language also contains a function for converting events to waveform format. Although similar functionality is available through the use of virtual channels, the EventToWaveform() command gives the added benefit of allowing the resultant waveform to be smoothed with a user-defined shape which may be asymmetrical.
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