PyWaveSurfer is a Python package for reading data acquired using WaveSurfer.
See the official site for more information about WaveSurfer.
from pywavesurfer import ws # to get analog channels scaled in float64 : data_as_dict = ws.loadDataFile(filename='path/to/file.h5', format_string='double' ) # to get analog channels scaled in float32: data_as_dict = ws.loadDataFile(filename='path/to/file.h5', format_string='single' ) # to get the raw analog channels in int16: data_as_dict = ws.loadDataFile(filename='path/to/file.h5', format_string='raw' )
Description of the content can be found in the documentation here.
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PyWaveSurfer was developed at the HHMI Janelia Research Campus, by Adam L. Taylor and Boaz Mohar.
Adam L. Taylor Scientific Computing HHMI Janelia Research Campus
0.0.1 Oct 11, 2017 Initial release.
0.0.2 Oct 14, 2017 Added a check for WS version.
0.0.3 Aug 23, 2018 Added test for WS 0.97 data files, changed an exception to a warning, updated dependencies.