Monkey Auditory Cortex Parcellation

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Description: Parcellation of rhesus macaque auditory cortex using tonotopy and myelination

License: GNU General Public License (GPL) 3.0

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This project provides the data and source code presented in our paper "The representation of time windows in primate auditory cortex" [1] Tonotopic information from each individual animal can be used in the parcellation of function-anatomical areas of the auditory cortex. For characterising tonotopy using the BOLD response to spectral frequencies sound stimuli were based on random-phase noise carr...

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  • MATLAB scripts for generating random phase bandpass noise stimuli

    MATLAB based source code for generating band limited acoustic stimulus for tonotopy with random phase noise and optional amplitude modulation.

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  • Macaque Tonotopy fMRI data

    Sparse fMRI data acquired from 3 macaques on Tonotopy experiment and high resolution structural T1 and T2 images for myelination data

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  • NIH Cortex scripts for Tonotopy sparse fMRI data acquisition in macaques

    NIH Cortex based source code for acquiring sparse fMRI data in macaques visual fixating for fluid reward

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  • SPM script for sparse fMRI data processing single subject analysis

    MATLAB script using SPM12 batch for performing single subject analysis on sparse fMRI data

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