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New Frontiers in Neuroscience

Tucker-Davis Technologies

Getting Started #7:  Synapse Runtime

Learn about Synapse runtime mode, persistence, and user layouts.

Set-up to record walk through of your first experiment

Fiber Photometry: RZ5P Processor

RZ5P Processor, purpose-built hardware and our next generation software combined into a dynamic, turnkey fiber photometry system.  Using Synapse Gizmo to records raw signals, demodulated data streams and driver parameters for up to eight separate responses.

GETTING STARTED

Getting Started #1:  Setting up the Rig

Launch Synapse and establish the hardware to software connection.

Getting Started #4:  The Big Gestalt, P2

The big picture of how Synapse works and learn about the power of the Processing Tree for experiment design.

Getting Started #2:  Edit Screen Overview

 

An introduction to fundamental processes, like operational modes and user and subject tracking.

Getting Started #5:  The Big Gestalt, P3

Part 3: The big picture of how Synapse works complete implementation of our demo experiment and preview the run time interface.

Getting Started #3:  The Big Gestalt, P1

The big picture of how Synapse works and learn about the power of the Processing Tree for experiment design.

Getting Started #6:  Building your first Experiment

Learn to build an experiment by selecting, adding and configuring gizmos.

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Master Tasks, Big and Small

Reach for maximum efficiency in your lab.

Introduction to Corpus:

Learn how to emulate TDT System 3 hardware on your PC using Corpus.

How to: Signals & Parameters Part 1

Introduction to using signals and parameters in Synapse.

How to: Signals & Parameters Part  2

Deeper Synapse parameter control including an introduction to the Parameter Sequencer Gizmo.

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