Code & Data


Inferior colliculus responses to sound textures

Data: crcns-bst-2
Labs: Monty Escabi
Used in: Sadeghi M, Zhai X, Stevenson IH, and Escabi M (2019)
A Neural Ensemble Correlation Code for Sound Category Identification
PLoS Biology 17(10): e3000449. [Preprint, Abstract, PDF]

Neuronal responses to simulated synaptic inputs

Data: figshare.1144467
Labs: Maxim Volgushev
Used in: Ilin V, Stevenson IH, and Volgushev M (2014)
Injection of fully-defined signal mixtures: a novel high-throughput tool to study neuronal encoding and computations
PLoS ONE 9(10): e109928. [Abstract,PDF].


Volgushev M, Ilin V, and Stevenson IH (2015)
Identifying and Tracking Simulated Synaptic Inputs from Neuronal Firing: Insights from In Vitro Experiments
PLoS Computational Biology 11(3): e1004167. [Abstract, PDF]

Tracking advances in neural recording

Data: scaling
Used in: Stevenson IH and Kording KP (2011)
How advances in neural recording affect data analysis
Nature Neuroscience 14: 139-142. [Abstract, PDF]

Multi-electrode recordings from primary motor cortex during center-out reaching

Data: dream_stevenson_2011
Labs: Marc Slutzky, Lee Miller, and Nicho Hastopoulos
Used in: Stevenson IH, Cherian A, London BM, Sachs N, Lindberg E, Reimer J, Slutzky MW,
Hatsopoulos NG, Miller LE, and Kording KP (2011)
Statistical assessment of the stability of neural movement representations
Journal of Neurophysiology 106: 764-774. [Abstract, PDF]


Newer code is now on GitHub.

Bayesian Tuning Curve Analysis

Description: Java libraries and Matlab wrappers for fully Bayesian estimation of parametric tuning curves with various noise models. This package is built on the Blaise toolkit, and contains examples for model comparison and hypothesis testing.
Used in: Cronin B*, Stevenson IH*, Sur M, and Kording KP (2010)
Hierarchical Bayesian modeling and Markov chain Monte Carlo sampling for tuning curve analysis
Journal of Neurophysiology 103: 591-602. (*contributed equally) [Abstract, PDF]

WiiFit Balance Board Recording

Update Aug 2014: This code is not actively maintained — check-out the CU Wii Balance Board Project
Description: This is an extension of a Matlab library originally by Aaron Striegel’s group at Notre Dame that allows you to record from a WiiFit Balance Board. This version works with Matlab 2007a, but I haven’t tested it on any other versions. The code contains an updated (v1.6) version of the, very cool, WiiLib library.
Used in: Stevenson IH, Fernandes HL, Vilares I, Wei K, and Kording KP (2009)
Bayesian integration and non-linear feedback control in a full-body motor task
PLoS Computational Biology 5(12): e1000629. [Abstract, PDF]


Wei K, Stevenson IH, and Kording KP (2010)
The uncertainty associated with visual flow fields and their influence on postural sway
Journal of Vision 10(14): 4. [Abstract, PDF]

WiiFit Balance Board Virtual Input

Description: Matlab and Arduino code for sending virtual force signals to a modified WiiFit balance board. You can use an external input, as well as a Wii Nunchuk, Motion Plus, or custom Accelerometer/Gyroscope.
Used in: Ding Q, Stevenson IH, Wang N, Li W, Sun Y, Kording KP, and Wei K (2013)
Motion games improve balance control in stroke survivors
Displays 32(2): 125-131. [Abstract, PDF]