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From: Does the information in the phase of low frequency LFP reflect the low frequency envelope of local spike rates?

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Comparison of the phase-of-firing information using synthetic and real LFP. The original data corresponds to LFP and spiking activity from 78 recordings channels in macaque V1, obtained while the animals were presented a movie [1]. A. Information in the phase-of-firing code as a function of the LFP frequency band (black dots, with error bars indicating SEM over the dataset), and in the spike count (dashed line, with SEM indicated by grey area). In this panel, the LFP was simulated using real spikes with a mathematical model based on the one in [3]. B. As in A, however in this case both spikes and LFP correspond to real data [1].

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