Data from: Dual dimensionality reduction reveals independent encoding of motor features in a muscle synergy for insect flight control

Simon N. Sponberg, Thomas L. Daniel, Adrienne L. Fairhall & Simon Sponberg
What are the features of movement encoded by changing motor commands? Do motor commands encode movement independently or can they be represented in a reduced set of signals (i.e. synergies)? Motor encoding poses a computational and practical challenge because many muscles typically drive movement, and simultaneous electrophysiology recordings of all motor commands are typically not available. Moreover, during a single locomotor period (a stride or wingstroke) the variation in movement may have high dimensionality, even...
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