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Fig. 10 | BioMedical Engineering OnLine

Fig. 10

From: Microneurography as a tool to develop decoding algorithms for peripheral neuro-controlled hand prostheses

Fig. 10

Microneurography and TIME electrodes recordings comparison. a Number of clusters identified after spike sorting applied to recordings obtained through TIME and microneurographic needle (top) and results of ANOVA test applied to them (bottom). b Average firing rate of the identified neurons in (a) (top) and ANOVA test (bottom). Data in a, b are expressed in mean ± SD and are representative of 10 simulations per electrode per value of spike train mean firing rate. 10 values of mean firing rate were selected in the interval 2.5–25 Hz sampled with a step of 2.5 Hz. c Examples of sorted spikes from a train characterized by the average firing frequency of 10 Hz

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