[FieldTrip] Statistics on spike rate

Wunderle, Thomas thomas.wunderle at esi-frankfurt.de
Thu May 7 12:56:27 CEST 2015

Dear community,

I’m working on spike/ spike-field analysis and I was wondering if there are statistical comparisons in field trip for spikes.
In particular, I would like to test if the spike rate after a stimulus onset is significantly different from the spike rate before stimulus onset (that is, the recorded neurons responds to the stimulus). I tried around with “ft_timelockstatistics”, “ft_statistics_stats” and “ft_spike_rate”, bud did not succeed. I’m not very familiar with statistical testing in FT in general, so I don’t know if statistics for spike rate are implemented in field trip at all.

Thanks in advance,

Dr. Thomas Wunderle
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