New Version of Offline Sorter (4.4.0) has been released!
Customers often ask Plexon support if Offline Sorter is compatible with Windows 10. We’re pleased to announce that the most recent update to Offline Sorter V4 is fully compatible with the Windows 10 operating system.
If you already use Offline Sorter version 4, download the free upgrade to Offline Sorter V4.4.0 (32 bit / 64 bit) today to enable many new features and improvements. If you are using an older version of Offline Sorter contact us for information on upgrading to the latest version.
Offline Sorter v4.4.0 New Features
– Offline Sorter’s T-Dist E-M automatic sorting now behaves like Valley Seeking in that it can obey a specified Waveform Limit, and can
automatically perform ‘Following Sort’ actions of assigning unsorted waveforms to the nearest cluster, and removing outliers.
This allows using T-Dist E-M sorting on channels that have millions of spikes to find the clusters using a smaller subset of
waveforms, and then assigning the rest of the spikes into those clusters.
– The Matlab spike importer can now optionally read an array of unit designations.
– A new ‘Set IgnoreSrc’ batch command allows skipping over sources during batch operations. For example, if the batch
job is to re-extract and sort spikes from continuous data, there may be an original spike Source in the file that should just be