Computational toolbox for large scale Calcium Imaging Analysis
A joint project between NeuroData and Florian Engert's lab. This project aims to create and host an open-source atlas of the zebrafish brain, as well as generate a realistic multiscale circuit model of the larval zebrafish brain. The model will span spatial ranges from the nanoscale at the synaptic level, to local microcircuits, to inter-area connectivity. The ultimate goal will be to infer algorithms defining behavior from behavioral assays.
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