Thursday 9th and Friday 10th of December
The training days are for users and prospective users of Spike2 and Signal. The courses are designed so that delegates can attend either one or both days. There are two separate core “threads”, each consisting of four sessions of approximately one hour on both days, with some optional workshop sessions planned. For those wanting more, a general workshop will run for an hour after the last session on Thursday, and there is an ‘early bird’ session over coffee for an hour before the formal start on Friday morning.
The program includes a worked examples session for Spike2 and a workshop detailing the new features in Signal for patch, voltage and dynamic clamping. Popular sessions such as the Analysis section of the Spike2 thread are delivered over two sessions, as there is too much to digest in a single session. Workshops are designed with small groups in mind to discuss how CED systems can help in the recording and analysis of specific data types. Often we ‘create’ an experiment using attendee’s data or our own examples. Please bring along any data you would like to look at. Scripts can also be written to illustrate analyses not covered by built-in functions.
Organisers: Danny Eckert (NeuRA), Agnieszka Iwasiw (Symbiotic Devices AUST & NZ) and
Program Day 1
Thursday, December 8th, 2016
10.30 Meet and Greet – Coffee
11.00 Move to Seminar room and begin workshop
14.00 Session 2
16.00 Coffee Break
16.15 Session 3
18.00 Close Day 1
Program Day 2
Friday, December 9th, 2016
9.30 Morning Coffee
10.00 Move to Seminar room and begin workshop
13.00 Session 2
15.00 Coffee Break
15.30 Session 3
17.30 Close Day 2
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