ANL Frequency-Following Responses
|Authors:||Hari Bharadwaj, Hao Lu, Lenny Varghese|
|Updated:||Sun 04 April 2021|
|Type:||Github repository, Python|
|Keywords:||audition, frequency, Python, phase-locking, EEG|
|Publications:||Bharadwaj, H.M. (2021). Software tools for electrophysiology, spectral, and time-frequency analyses from the Systems Neuroscience of Auditory Perception Lab (v0.3.0a1). Zenodo. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4662143|
|Citation:||Bharadwaj, H., Lu, H., Varghese, L. (2013). ANLffr. Purdue University: Systems Neuroscience of Auditory Perception Lab. https://github.com/SNAPsoftware/ANLffr|
From the Systems Neuroscience of Auditory Perception lab at Purdue University, a set of tools to analyze and interpret auditory steady-state responses, particularly the subcortical kind commonly known as frequency-following responses (FFRs). In particular, the package provides code for multitaper-analysis of spectra and phase locking along with complex-principal component analysis of phase-locking for multichannel FFRs. Although originally created to analyze steady-state electrophysiological responses, the generality of the spectral analysis and time-frequency analysis function allow them to be applied widely.