Automated Analysis of Single-Channel Records
In this chapter I discuss the need for automated channel analysis, touch on various approaches to analyzing data, and discuss in some detail the experiences of our laboratory in automating data analysis. Colquhoun and Sigworth, in Chapter 11, have treated some of the aspects of channel analysis, and the reader is referred to that chapter for additional information.
KeywordsBase Line Automate Analysis Data Block Zero Crossing Single Channel Current
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