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README.md

JRCLUST

JRCLUST is a scalable and customizable package for spike sorting on high-density silicon probes. It is written in MATLAB and CUDA.

JRCLUST was originally developed by James Jun and is currently maintained by Vidrio Technologies.

Installing JRCLUST

If you'd like to test the latest development code, you can clone the repository to your computer. If you want to stay on a release, head to the releases page and download the latest release.

Run the following command in MATLAB (you may want to add it to your startup script):

addpath('/path/to/JRCLUST');

You may also need to recompile your CUDA codes if you're not on Windows. Do this with

jrclust.CUDA.compileCUDA();

Questions?

Read the documentation here and the original bioRxiv paper here. Still have questions? Visit our Gitter community and ask!

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