Print and Summary Methods for spikeTrain Objects
Print and summary
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The unit with which the occurrence times were measured.
The number of digits used to print the summary (see
print.spikeTrain does in fact call the
plot method for
print.spikeTrain generates a plot as a side effect.
summary.spikeTrain returns the number of spikes, the times of
the first and last spikes, the mean inter-spike interval (ISI) and its sd as
well as the mean and sd of the log(ISI) together with the shortest and
Christophe Pouzat firstname.lastname@example.org
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## load spontaneous data of 4 putative projection neurons ## simultaneously recorded from the cockroach (Periplaneta ## americana) antennal lobe data(CAL1S) ## convert data into spikeTrain objects CAL1S <- lapply(CAL1S,as.spikeTrain) ## look at the individual trains ## first the "raw" data CAL1S[["neuron 1"]] ## next some summary information summary(CAL1S[["neuron 1"]])