How to use the herdingspikes.probe function in herdingspikes

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github SpikeInterface / spiketoolkit / spiketoolkit / sorters / herdingspikes / herdingspikes.py View on Github external
def _setup_recording(self, recording, output_folder):
        p = self.params

        # Bandpass filter
        if p['filter'] and p['freq_min'] is not None and p['freq_max'] is not None:
            recording = st.preprocessing.bandpass_filter(
                recording=recording, freq_min=p['freq_min'], freq_max=p['freq_max'])

        if p['pre_scale']:
            recording = st.preprocessing.normalize_by_quantile(
                recording=recording, scale=p['pre_scale_value'],
                median=0.0, q1=0.05, q2=0.95
            )

        # this should have its name changed
        self.Probe = hs.probe.RecordingExtractor(
            recording,
            masked_channels=p['probe_masked_channels'],
            inner_radius=p['probe_inner_radius'],
            neighbor_radius=p['probe_neighbor_radius'],
            event_length=p['probe_event_length'],
            peak_jitter=p['probe_peak_jitter'])

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Efficient spike detection and sorting for dense MEA

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