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NWB (NeurodataWithoutBorders) APIs

PatchView reads Heka or Axon format files for patch-clamp data, and uses PyNWB to export to NWB files.

The code snippet below shows how to convert data from an original Heka .dat file to an extended NWBFile object, query the content, and generate a visualization.

from patchview.utilitis.PVdat2NWB import dat2NWB

nwbData = dat2NWB('test_singleFP.dat', [0,0]) # extract group 0, series 0 from the file

## get number of sweeps
print(f'Number of sweeps: {nwbData.getNumberOfSweeps()}')

## nwbData is an extended pynwb NWB object
stim, resp = nwbData.getSweep(0) # get one sweep's stimulus and responses

## with additional plotting functions.
nwbData.plotSweep([0, 5, 20]) #  plot sweep number 0, 5, 20

The last command in the block above should give you a figure like this: