Data from: Spatio-temporal dynamics of impulse responses to figure motion in optic flow neurons

Yu-Jen Lee, Olof H. Jönsson & Karin Nordström
White noise techniques have been used widely to investigate sensory systems in both vertebrates and invertebrates. White noise stimuli are powerful in their ability to rapidly generate data that help the experimenter decipher the spatio-temporal dynamics of neural and behavioral responses. One type of white noise stimuli, maximal length shift register sequences (m-sequences), have recently become particularly popular for extracting response kernels in insect motion vision. We here use such m-sequences to extract the impulse...
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