Recent data Wtb vs FoxP

on Monday, December 9th, 2019 12:50 | by

Recent Wtb data with old FoxP
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Pretest Wtb, Cs and FoxP

on Monday, December 2nd, 2019 1:59 | by

Pretest of standart yaw torque learning experiments. No learning behaviour yet, troubleshooting ongoing. ContonS fly’s seems to perform better. (Same Wtb, FoxP and Cs data for each graph)

Wtb vs FoxP
Cs vs FoxP
Cs vs Wtb
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Inverted data Wtb vs FoxP

on Monday, November 25th, 2019 2:01 | by

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Testing the code for the shiming divice data

Changing the contingency for the data.

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Pretest with Wtb fly’s

on Monday, November 11th, 2019 1:31 | by

Pretest with Wtb fly’s to evaluate if the setup is working correctly.

N=16, negative score: 9, positive score 5, indifferent 2.

Learning deficit due to old age?

Scores shuld be inverted. 3 example PIs

No learning
Learning

Indifferent

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General test of the produced data with the evaluation code.

Test files for 10 sec, with fixed value (1, -1) and swiching the contingency (left punished, right punished). Evaluation file makes no sens.

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Flight simulator pre-test

on Monday, September 16th, 2019 1:26 | by

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Test cross

StingerGFP X P(n-syb-Gal4)
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Results of T-maze experiments (yellow light)

on Monday, August 19th, 2019 1:43 | by


T- maze experiments were done with Norpa/Crimson x Gr28bd/TrpA1 lines without ATR (n=28) and with ATR (n=28). We have done all experiments which belong to Norpa/Crimson x Gr28bd/TrpA1lines. End of all experiments with them; the ATR ones seem like tend to escape from the yellow light as shown at the graph. NO ATR ones seem like moving more randomly.
On the other hand 5 different groups (THD’-GAL4xNorpA/Crimson with and without ATR, THD1-GAL4xNorpA/Crimson with and without ATR and W[1118]x NorpA/Crimson). Group1 (n=10) Group2(n=11) Group3(n=9) Group4 (n=10) Group5(n=9). Still, we don’t know that the which lines belong to which groups. The graph shows the PI numbers according to the T-maze experiments that we have done.

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T-Maze

on Tuesday, August 13th, 2019 9:44 | by

T- maze experiments were done with Norpa/Crimson x Gr28bd/TrpA1 lines without ATR (n=18) and with ATR (n=22) and 5 different groups (THD’-GAL4xNorpA/Crimson with and without ATR, THD1-GAL4xNorpA/Crimson with and without ATR and W[1118]x NorpA/Crimson). Group1 (n=4) Group2(n=4) Group3(n=3) Group4 (n=3) Group5(n=1)We don’t know that the which lines belong to which groups to make the process more reliable. The graph shows the PI numbers according to the T-maze experiments that we have done.

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