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This half-day virtual workshop will provide an introduction to building plugins for the Open Ephys GUI, a widely used open-source application for multichannel electrophysiology.
This half-day virtual workshop will provide an introduction to building plugins for the Open Ephys GUI, a widely used open-source application for multichannel electrophysiology. All data processing within the GUI occurs inside plugins, which can be mixed and matched to build signal chains on the fly. In the most recent major update to the GUI, the API for developing custom plugins has been simplified, meaning it’s now easier to add new functionality to the software. Plugins can provide novel visualizations of incoming data, acquire signals from external hardware, read/write different data formats, or trigger closed-loop feedback, among many other possibilities.
Prerequisites: Familiarity with the Open Ephys GUI and/or in vivo electrophysiology. Prior programming experience is strongly recommended, but familiarity with C++ is not required.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Apply by December 21 for full consideration. Applications will close on January 6.
Agenda subject to change.
Overview of Open Ephys plugin architecture
Cloning and customizing a plugin template
Adding a user interface
Adding a visualizer
Other plugin types: Data threads, file sources, and record engines
Using common libraries and external libraries in plugins
05.11.2023 - 05.15.2023 | 9:00AM
04.03.2023 - 04.04.2023 | 8:30AM-5:00PM
09.17.2023 - 09.21.2023 | 9:00AM