Processing Large-scale Temporal Neuroscience Data


Calcium Imaging is a powerful new technique of observing near-real-time neuronal activity. It can also be paired with excitation techniques such as optogenetics to create a new frontier of neuroscience experimentation of cellular-resolution input and output control. 

This technique creates massive datasets - effectively multi-hour long movies at high definition. This requires computational techniques to process the hundreds (and now thousands) of neurons that are being observed simultaneously.

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