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A stimulus-derived model for gamma oscillations in human visual cortex This repository contains data that were used in: Hermes D, Petridou N, Kay K, Winawer J. 2019 An image-computable model for the stimulus selectivity of gamma oscillations. eLife If you use these data as a part of any publications, please please cite this work. Code (c) Dora Hermes, Kendrick Kay and Jonathan Winawer Please direct any comments about the code via the issues page associated with this GitHub repository, or via email to # Code dependencies Make sure that the following toolboxes are downloaded and in the path: Matlab toolboxes: curve_fitting_toolbox optimization_toolbox signal_toolbox statistics_toolbox # Reproducing figures The analyses data can be loaded and the figures can be reproduced with the functions in: /make_figures/ # Reproducing analyses Functions to analyses the data and fit the models can be found here: /processing/ # Note on _events.tsv In subject 3, we later found that there was a 73 ms additional delay in the connection between the stimulus onset and the moment the code arrived on the computer. Subtracting 73 ms from the stimulus onset will fix this error. # Acknowledgements This code was made available with the support of the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research under award number 016.VENI.178.048 to Dora Hermes and the National Institute Of Mental Health of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R01MH111417 to Natalia Petridou and Jonathan Winawer. The ECoG data collection was facilitated by the Stanford Human Intracranial Cognitive Electrophysiology Program (SHICEP) and the Epilepsy Team at the UMC Utrecht Brain Center.
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