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CleverSys FreezeScan software

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http://psm.eagle-i.net/i/00000136-e5b8-876c-d2c1-4d1680000000

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  1. Software

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  1. Resource Description
    "FreezeScan on the other hand is a video]based tool that provides precise motion control for accurate freezing detection. FreezeScan accepts video taken from any angle, in a confined chamber. It precisely detects the onset and completion of a freezing behavior of a rodent. It outputs as a sequential list, the occurrences of the freezing behaviors. Further statistics can be analyzed from this output data. FreezeScan has achieved great accuracy and has been successful in many academic and industry research labs for many types of research projects, including Fear Extinction. FreezeScan not only detects freezing behavior accurately, but also provides a measurement of the animalfs instantaneous activity level during the experiment, in both quantitative and graphical form, making it possible to recognize startle response"
  2. Contact
    Colón, María
  3. Manufacturer
    CleverSys, Inc.
  4. Used by
    Behavioral Core Facility
  5. Version
    2
  6. Operating System
    Microsoft Windows
  7. Data Output
    animal activity data
  8. Software purpose
    Statistical analysis and modeling objective
  9. Website(s)
    http://www.cleversysinc.com/docs/software-FreezeScan.pdf
  10. Related Technique
    Animal activity monitoring
  11. Software license
    Proprietary commercial software license
 
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  1. workflow state
    Published
  2. contributor
    kcespedes
  3. created
    2012-04-24T14:04:23.119-05:00
  4. creator
    kcespedes
  5. modified
    2012-05-07T10:21:58.795-05:00

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