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Functional Connectivity and Tuning Curves in Populations of Simultaneously Recorded Neurons

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Controls for over-fitting and removing noise correlations using within stimulus/target shuffling.

A) Mean fraction of variance explained by tuning as a function of network size for simulated, independent neurons whose tuning curves were matched to the recorded data. The fraction of variance explained by tuning remains close to 1, indicating that there is little to no over-fitting. B) Mean fraction of variance explained by tuning as a function of network size for shuffled data. These results provide an additional control for over-fitting, while retaining stimulus correlations. C) Mean spike prediction accuracy under the tuning curve (black), coupling (blue), and full (red) models on shuffled data. Error bars denote SEM across neurons (tuning curve models) or networks (coupling and full models).

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002775.g007