Aggregate Data Viewer

The aggregate data viewer is a more specific tool than the data inspector, intended for a single task: understanding the density-dependent and electrode-dependent trends of a particular recording on a particular algorithm’s performance. Its visualizations are clearer because (a) it combines all batches from a given recording at once, (b) only plotting one algorithm at a time allows for a more vibrant use of color, and (c) the X and Y positions are dithered (randomly altered) to allow the simultaneous viewing of multiple trials with identical density and electrode counts.

User caution is advised - when results are noisy (which is common), it is easy to be fooled by outliers. It is important to cross-reference with the data inspector.

For further explanation, see the data inspector glossary.

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