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A program which averages repetitive measurement data (PSTHs and VEPs).
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psth-vep ----------- This program performs averaging over repetitive stimuli. It can work on discrete events such as spikes or on continous data such as visually evoked potentials. It was initially developed to read and display data from Tobi Delbrücks neuromorphic analog VLSI retina/simple cell chip (http://http://www.ini.uzh.ch/~tobi/friend/). This compilation proved to be a nice setup for classroom demonstrations. For data acquisition, the comedi library (http://www.comedi.org/) is used, so any comedi device may be used to fetch the data. It has been tested with the USB-DUX (http://www.linux-usb-daq.co.uk/). License ------- This piece of software is released under the GNU General Public License. http://www.gnu.org/licenses/licenses.html#GPL So please go ahead and modify/extend it. Installation ------------ You need the following libraries to compile and run the program: Comedi (http://www.comedi.org), Qt5 and Qwt These are all part of, for example, UBUNTU Linux. Run "qmake", which should generate a Makefile and "make" to compile everything.