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Model-Free Estimation of Tuning Curves and Their Attentional Modulation, Based on Sparse and Noisy Data

Table 2

Median values and significant differences for selected features.

Numbers (numbers in parentheses) denote the median value over the population of cells from the corresponding paradigm and condition, calculated with the direct method (best model “bM”). Significant differences between conditions or paradigms (abbreviated here as “sp” and “tr”) are summarized (if present) in the line below the medians. <,≪,⋘ denotes a p-value < 0.05,0.01,0.001, respectively, of a Kruskal-Wallis test applied to the feature values of the direct method. The condition listed before the relation sign had a smaller median than the one after it (if the medians were identical, means were compared). “NA” denotes features that were not defined for the corresponding condition.

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