Open source software and resources

Please visit github.com/petersenpeter for full overview, including the KilosortWrapper, Phy plugins and a 3D printed base for head caps.

Public dataset

th-1 on CRCNS.org: Extracellular recordings from multi-site silicon probes in the anterior thalamus and subicular formation of freely moving mice. Internally organized mechanisms of the head direction sense. Peyrache A, Lacroix MM, Petersen PC, Buzsaki G, Nature Neuroscience. 2015

Cell Explorer

The Cell Explorer: a graphical user interface and a standardized pipeline for exploring and classifying single cells acquired using extracellular electrodes, like silicon probes or tetrodes. Please visit the dedicated website for more information.

Cell Explorer

Database with public electrophysiological datasets

In the Buzsaki Lab, we created a large database and public data repository with more than a thousand electrophysiological sessions (about 40TB of raw and spike- and LFP-processed data). The datasets are from freely moving rodents and include sleep-task-sleep sessions (3 to 24 hrs continuous recording sessions) in various brain structures, including metadata. The database contains electrophysiological recordings performed in freely moving rats and mice collected by investigators in the Buzsaki Lab over several years (a subset from head-fixed mice). Sessions have been collected with extracellular electrodes using high-channel-count silicon probes, with spike sorted single units, and intracellular and juxtacellular combined with extracellular electrodes. Several sessions include physiologically and optogenetically identified units. The sessions have been collected from various brain region pairs: the hippocampus, thalamus, amygdala, post-subiculum, septal region and the entorhinal cortex and various neocortical regions. In most behavioral tasks, the animals performed spatial behaviors (linear mazes and open fields), preceded and followed by long sleep sessions. Brain state classification is provided. For further info, please see the buzsaki lab website.