As part of the International Brain Laboratory’s public data website we created two interactive 3D tools. You can see them in action on the site!
The Mini Brain is a widget that lets you select different probe insertions from the Brain Wide Map and explore the alignment of the insertion within the 3D mouse brain.
The Trial Viewer is an interactive component that lets you re-play the metadata recorded during a session, including the stimulus position, wheel movements, sounds, and the videos. These are rendered in a cartoon 3D environment with the deeplabcut output overlayed on the videos.
IBL Average Trial
The IBL Average Trial is a pair of tools used to explore the International Brain Laboratory’s Brain Wide Map dataset. You can find more information at the IBL website.
Virtual Reality Demo
The standalone IBL neuron explorer can be download here, Windows-only for now. Eventualily we will integrate this into the IBL data portal.
git clone https://github.com/int-brain-lab/ibl-avg-trial-viz.git
The cloned directory contains usage examples and the main event_avgs.py file that can be imported with
from ibl-avg-trial-viz.event_avgs import *.
Must be used with the IBL’s iblenv
See the API reference for more detailed function documentation and examples.
examples/event_avgs_full_runs.py will run the pipeline on all insertions in the brainwide map and output event averages for raw spikes, baselined spikes, baselined and normalized spikes, and fano factor. The script also contains the (untested) code to generate the average raw spikes timelocked to different events. At the top of this
examples/event_avgs_testing.ipynb contains visualizations of output data including baseline normalized event averaged spike rates for clusters in different regions: