Oxytocin U19 BRAIN Initiative Grant Tools for Researchers
As part of the Oxytocin U19 BRAIN Initiative Grant at NYU Langone’s Neuroscience Institute, researchers working in the Data Science Core and the Buzsáki Lab have developed tools to facilitate data analysis and data sharing.
For questions about these tools, please contact Peter Petersen, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow in the Buzsáki Lab, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also visit the Rodent Behavior Laboratory to learn more about the transgenic animals designed for this project.
CellExplorer is a graphical user interface and standardized processing module for exploring and classifying single cells that are acquired using extracellular electrodes.
Learn more about the user-friendly capabilities of CellExporer.
brainSTEM (brain STructured Experimental Metadata) is a tool to facilitate the centralized, standardized collection of experimental metadata. A prototype of this tool has been deployed in the Buzsáki Lab, and a beta version for broad distribution is currently under development.
brainSTEM has a customizable web interface built on a flexible data model and functions as an electronic lab notebook that allows for the organization of experiments and raw data. Granular access control enables collaboration within or across labs. The database of metadata can be accessed through either a web interface or REST API.