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ASCII Table
AudMat
AudSDK
Basement Blog
BC - Behaving Cat
COM Data Collection
COMA Data Analysis
Correcting GW for phone
CSF format
DAFLIB
Data Schemas
DCP - Introduction
DCP - Tech Notes
DCP - Users Guide
DCPLIB
DSS-III Notes
DSS-III Prototype
DSSLIB
DSS3LIB
DSS4LIB
DSS4FLIB
Effective SPL computation
EP - Evoked Potential
Error Codes
Falling Cost of Computing
FF - Free Field
Fortran and C/C++ mix
GWE - Waveform Editor
Local FAQs
Mathematical Formulae
Minicomps. & Neurophys.
MISLIB
Numerical Constants
NUMLIB
PIN - Edge/Notch
PIN - Summary
Probe Tube Correction
RA - Introduction
RA - Tech Notes
RA - Users Guide
RAP - Users Guide
Rayleigh Test
SER - Search Stimulus
SERCOM - COM Search
Signal Analysis Review
Simulating Free Space
STATPK - Introduction
STATPK - Tech Notes
STATPK - Users Guide
Status Table Formats
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Acknowledgements

Ravi Kochhar
Dept. of Physiology
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Jan. 2008
rev. 1.00, Jan. 18, 2008

Introduction

These documents cover various aspects of computing in our department, mainly locally developed software and hardware.

The documents here are of a more technical nature. There is a separate page that covers local How-to's and FAQs, and the URL for that is:
http://www.neurophys.wisc.edu/comp/faqs/

For more esoteric computing topics, see the Basement Blog, at:
http://www.neurophys.wisc.edu/comp/blog/

You can scroll down to read a summary of each document below, or you can use the links at the left to jump to a specific document directly.

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Documents Summary

The following is a brief summary of each document listed at the left, in alphabetic order. You can either scroll down to the description and link of interest, or use the Index at left to jump to any document directly.

ASCII Table

This is the complete 7-bit ASCII Table. Not really a local document, but reproduced for convenience, because it is still one of the most important standards in computing...
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AudMAT

AudMAT is a collection of functions that can be called from within Matlab, and used to retrieve and analyze auditory data....
Link

AudSDK

AudSDK is a collection of libraries and functions that can be called from within user-written programs in C/C++ or Fortran, and used to collect, retrieve and analyze auditory data....
Link

Basement Blog

The Basement Blog is a semi-regular collection of various computing related articles, tips and workarounds...
Link

BC - Behaving Cat

A description of the Behaving Cat data collection from the early 1990's...
Link

COM Data Collection

COM (Cat OculoMotor) data collection in the Yin/Populin labs...
Link

COM Data Analysis

COM (Cat OculoMotor) data analysis in the Yin/Populin labs...
Link

[...to be continued...]

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Feedback

Please send feedback/suggestions/questions/complaints to the author via email, at rkochhar@wisc.edu

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Acknowledgements

This work was done at the University of Wisconsin - Madison under the direction of Dr. W.S.Rhode. It also benefitted greatly from feedback and suggestions by many computer users at the Departments of Physiology and Neurophysiology. Supported in part by a grant from NIH.

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