The effect of trained parameters in Bayesian neural encoding models for the auditory system
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Published: 21 July 2014
Number of neurons for which the maximum normalized KS statistics using 2-fold cross validation is within a given range for both training and test sets. A KS statistic < 1 indicates an accurate fit of the model. (n=54, 20 trials each, recordings from the auditory nerve of anesthetized cats)
Range of maximum normalized KS statistic, nKS
Number of neurons with nKS within the given range
0 <nKS ≤ 1
1 <nKS ≤ 2
2 <nKS ≤ 3
3 <nKS ≤ 4
nKS > 4
The author wish to thank Dr. Bertrand Delgutte for providing the neural data necessary to this study.
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