Table 1.

The neural database

PopulationNo. of cellsIsolation scoreFraction ISI <2 msDischarge rate (spike/s)Recorded time (s)No. of recorded trialsNo. of spikes/recorded cell
TANL: 710.92 ± 0.060.0002 ± 0.00036.8 ± 1.43647 ± 1891309 ± 16825,112 ± 14,270
[0.8–0.99][0–0.0016][3.1–9.4][1210–9901][111–828][5026–66,410]
S: 1090.91 ± 0.060.0002 ± 0.00035.0 ± 1.43414 ± 1920378 ± 20417,147 ± 10,948
[0.8–0.99][0–0.0016][1.93–9.2][1260–10,801][123–1221][2442–63,364]
DANL: 410.76 ± 0.160.0008 ± 0.00094.5 ± 1.92992 ± 1372254 ± 11813,211 ± 10,817
[0.5–0.99][0–0.0039][0.69–9.4][1260–7195][110–621][3952–67,895]
S: 650.8 ± 0.130.0007 ± 0.0013.7 ± 1.63984 ± 2037393 ± 20015,070 ± 10,327
[0.5–0.99][0–0.005][0.77–9.4][1260–11,161][126–1098][2324–46,617]
  • The recording statistics were calculated separately for each neural population. Each cell in the table contains the mean and SD and in brackets the range of the scores. The range of the isolation score is 0 to 1. ″Fraction ISI <2 ms″ is the fraction of interspike intervals (ISIs) <2 ms of all ISIs of a cell. Recording time and number of recorded trials represent only the part of the recording satisfying the inclusion criteria and included in the analysis database.