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The correct number is 27% of the total spikes

Posted by mborgnia on 15 Nov 2008 at 06:35 GMT

representing 38% of total spikes
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Based on the information conveyed in figure 3C, the total number of spikes in classes 4+6+8 is 785 (275+245+265), corresponding to ~27% of 2874 (the total number of spikes) and it is less than the number of spikes excluded during classification. Are all those 785 spikes included in figure 3A?