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Institute of Software Engineering and Theoretical Computer ScienceModelling of Cognitive Processes

Psi Grid Score

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Format: Array of shape (N, 2) or (2, N), with N spike/field positions.
Permitted filetypes: .npy, .mat
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Spike positions Field positions
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The grid score source code can be found at: https://gitlab.tubit.tu-berlin.de/simonweber/gridscore

EXAMPLE with field positions. Courtesy of Sophie Rosay. Shape of data: (1223, 2)
grid scores Each dot represents the location of a spike. The color of a dot represents its individual Psi grid score. Bright colors correspond to high grid scores. Title: Mean over the grid scores of all spikes.
orientations Each dot represents the location of a spike. The color of a dot represents the orientation of the grid around this spike. For a hexagonal symmetry, orientations vary between -30 and 30 degrees (see cyclic colorbar). Title: Mean over the orientation of all spikes.
histogram Histogram of distances between all pairs for spikes. Gray dots show detected peaks. The solid gray line highlights the radius of the neighborhood shell used for the PSI score. The dashed gray lines indicate the width of the shell. For field positions, the first peak should be detected. For field positions, the histogram is thus weighted with the inverse distance.
.npy .mat

Example with spike positions
The PSI score for spikes of an experimentally recorded grid cell. Data from Sargolini et al. 2006 obtained from http://www.ntnu.edu/kavli/research/grid-cell-data
Example with field positions
The PSI score for fields of grid cells from simulations. Data provided courtesy of Sophie Rosay.

Website created by Gregory Knoll, October 2017.
Grid score developed by Simon N. Weber and Henning Sprekeler